Fashion Week celebrates Aboriginal designers.
Among the designers was Nadine Spence of Rev/Evo Fashions.
"I am an eco-friendly artist and designer. Everything I design and make is inspired by the environment and sustainability of the environment. My message of preservation of Beautiful BC is from my artistic vision to finished product. I only use natural fabrics, natural dyes and recycled materials," she said.
Her earthy contrasting color palette reflects the Thompson/Shushwap nation's landscape. She presently resides in Kelowna.
Chessa Syrette is a new designer introduced at the Aboriginal showcase. Her unique and vibrant formal dress creations are inspired by nature' beauty. Syrette specializes in custom pieces that incorporate modern Aboriginal inspired details into each piece, including beadwork.
The other designers featured in the show were Tracy Toulouse, Gloria Cardinal, Danita Strawberry, Shannon Kilroy and Linda Kay Peters.
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|Title Annotation:||Raven's Eye: Special Section providing news from BC & Yukon|
|Date:||Oct 1, 2009|
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