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Fashion Art Toronto Spotlights the Tetiana K Highland Dames Collection
The Global Village Fashion Show will open with the Tetiana K Highland Dames 2015 Collection at the historical Daniels Spectrum Toronto
Doors open at 5:30pm to allow media and visitors ample time to enjoy art, photography, music and a short introduction of Fashion on Film. Tickets are available for purchase at the door. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy the works by featured artists and designers.
Highland Dames, the Fall 2015 Collection by Tetiana K Clothing, will be showcased on the fashion runway to open and highlight the evening events during the Global Village Fashion Show at 7pm on Friday April 24. The fashion show will be hosted at the historical Daniels Spectrum, formerly known as the Regent Park Arts and Cultural Centre, at 585 Dundas Street East, Toronto, ON M5A 2B7.
Based out of Toronto, Canada the Tetiana K line is a reflection of the designer’s original style which has always walked the fine line between the mature, elegant and sophisticated fashions of her style icons, such as Audrey Hepburn, and the more youthful contemporary styles of her own taste.
With a focus on drape, fit and quality, each collection is a set of soft and feminine updated classics. Easy to wear pieces that range from the office to weekend wear just as comfortably as they fit. Quintessential garments of grace and sophistication to last through the seasons. Tetiana K is elegant, sophisticated fashion made for the dynamic woman who aims to build a wardrobe surpassing the trends.
Selected items are featured online at www.tetianak.com, available to shop online on Etsy.
Scottish Canadians are people of Scottish descent or heritage living in Canada. As the third largest ethnic group in Canada and among the first to settle in Canada, Scottish people have made a large impact on Canadian culture since colonial time.
The Tetiana K Fall 2015 collection will pay homage to the Scottish heritage, while keeping with the Tetiana K aesthetic of classic silhouettes and feminine, structured, yet comfortable garments. Tartan wools and heavy double knits will be complimented with light organza and chiffons.
Fashion Art Toronto is sponsored by the Toronto Arts Council funded by the City of Toronto, CIUT 89.5FM, NOW, FAJO Magazine, blogTO, Steam Whistle, Spellbound Hair Design, Parlour Salon Inc., The Proudest Pony, Artscape, swiftkickpr, and International Media Partners.