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Paris fashion house Roger Vivier I’m Not Procrastinating It’s A Side Quest shirt . is opening its doors in Canada for the first time. A boutique store is slated to open in the Yorkdale location of Holt Renfrew this July. The legendary French brand started in 1937 after Roger Vivier designed his a pair of custom shoes for Joséphine Baker. Since its creation, the house has reached many milestones, from being the first brand to use clear plastic in footwear, to designing shoes for her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Under creative direction from Gherardo Felloni, the house’s most recent Fall/Winter 2019/20 collection explores Felloni’s interest in architecture.
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Though the CAFAs may have been eclipsed by the Toronto Raptors’ blowout win against the Golden State Warriors in game 1 of the NBA finals last night, the biggest annual gathering of Canada’s fashion crowd still managed to sparkle I’m Not Procrastinating It’s A Side Quest shirt .Top designers Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren of Viktor & Rolf mingled alongside emerging talent like Marie-Ève Lecavelier (who dropped and broke her Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent when she came onstage to collect it!); philanthropists like Suzanne Rogers rubbed shoulders with top models like Tasha Tilberg and best-selling poet Rupi Kaur, all united under the common goal of drawing attention to the fashion talent that exists within Canadian borders – with an excuse to get glam while they were at it.The overarching theme of the night seemed to be about the importance of building a community. CAFA president Vicky Milner delivered a rousing speech highlighting the importance of supporting one another; winner of the Vanguard award, curator Thierry-Maxime Loriot, urged the crowd to “help each other, give connections,” and Harry Josh, winner of the Hair Artist of the Year Award, proposed the crowd reevaluate their notions of success and “learn to connect with our consciousness and feel more as a community.”And then, there were the clothes. Suzanne Rogers, dubbed “the Fairy Godmother of Canadian Fashion” by designer Sid Neigum, was clad in a floor-length floral dress with am oversize candy pink bow, Cary Tauben dazzled in head-to-toe metallic and Montreal duo Fecal Matter wore their signature uncanny vally “skin-heel” platforms. Stylist Christian Dare made the boldest statement of the evening, wearing a clutch that bore the message, “Fashion Still Has a Huge Diversity Problem.” He told FASHION, that the industry has a longstanding issue with diversity that it has ignored for many years. “Yes, we have seen ‘wins’ in the past year or so, like more models of colour on the runways, and transgendered actors and models appearing on the covers of magazines. Yet we still have major fashion houses using racist iconography in their designs… We need more diversity in the boardrooms, the offices, the design studios, the runways… We’ve got a long way to go still.”
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