Fashion Art Toronto presents Stevie Crowne’s Ride or Die collection on April 21, 2017, at 10pm. The event will be held at Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas Street East, Toronto, ON.
Fashion elements included in the SS17 Collection, “Ride Or Die,” will be a continuation of Stevie Crowne’s already trademarked dyed and distressed denim pieces, bleach washed/acid wash garments, reworked jackets featuring custom patchwork, over-sized t-shirts with upcycled leather and denim appliques. Inspiration is drawn from current social themes and a representation of mixed diversity. The bold aesthetics are meant to bring awareness to current global movements.
The line promotes the evolution of fashion : where it used to be, where the true underground fashion movement is now, and where it is potentially going in regards to sustainability.
Fashion Art Toronto presents Stevie Crowne’s Spring/Summer runway show. Underlying themes in this collection are based on relevant social issues including integrated diversity, addictions, education, and environmental awareness through the art of upcycling. It tackles the way we communicate in todays digital age through popular symbolism.
Runway collection available for sale upon request at firstname.lastname@example.org. Custom orders now being accepted.
BIG THANK YOU TO:
Fashion Art Toronto 2017, Evan Biddell, Kealan Sullivan, Alisa Savina, Kate Penney, Nate McHugh, Sean Dawkins, Zsombor Burany, Marc Girardin, Gabrielle Maynard, Tanya Grossi, Jay Jay Kings, Vanessa Kiraly, Blonde Moxie MUA, Carlos from Spellbound Hair, Belle Bunag, Alejandro Nunes, E.L Ruddy, and every single person in between who supported my vision from start to finish. You all know who you are!
I would be nowhere I am today without the hard work and dedication my dream team gives me on a daily basis!
Here is a gallery by IntrinsIQ Magazine.