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Montreal’s Fashion Preview Unveils The Program For Its 6th Edition

Fashion Preview is Montreal's very-own alternative version of Fashion Week, showcasing prestigious collections strictly fabricated in Canada. The 6th edition of the event will be happening from the 24th to the 26th of October, and we can't wait to see what they have in store. 

Local creators from all types of backgrounds will be contributing to the events by showcasing their progressive designs for local and international medias and buyers. Presented in part by the Agora Hydro-Quebec, which is a venue located in the Sciences center of UQAM, you will get a glimpse of what's to come for the new year. 12 designers will be presenting their Spring/Summer 2017 prêt-à-porter collections, and 10 local designers will present their fashion accessories to swoon over. 

This year, Belgium will be represented at Fashion Preview where 3 creators will come over to Montreal to present their latest collections inspired by the dynamic vision of Belgium. 

Some notorious names you will get the chance to see this year include (but not limited to): 

Leinad Beaudet

Les Incompétents – 

 

Helmer – www.helmerjoseph.com

Using his training in haute couture in Paris, Joseph Helmer introduced his expertise and genius to Montréal fashion and instantly gained a legion of admirers. He is identified with his out-of-the-ordinary patchwork and sense of detail.

Naïké – http://www.naike.ca

Tuan Dang is a Quebec fashion designer that has been in the industry for many years. Fashion graduate from College Marie-Victorin, he paved his way by starting from the bottom.

DUY – http://www.duycollection.com/

Innovative and feminine, DUY’s high-end ready-to-wear fashions incorporates sharp tailoring, luxury fabrics and flawless craftsmanship in a collection that is both timeless and wearable

For more information, please visit www.fashion-preview.ca

 

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