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Fiat Mode XXIII – VCC Fashion Arts Graduation Show

September 30th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Let there be fashion!

The graduates of the Vancouver Community College Fashion Arts Program showed their creations last night at a fantastic show held at Rocky Mountaineer Station in Vancouver. The show featured the work of 21 graduating fashion designers, each of whom had 4 pieces in the show. The production was spectacular with great models, makeup, hair styling, music, lighting and of course catering! But the emerging designers were centre stage with some incredible work.

I took as many photos of the outfits as I could! I have previously photographed the designs of one of the graduates, Ana Jost, and I love her work. It was a pleasure to see her graduating and finishing this phase of her fashion design career.

All the designers' work was very impressive and I'm looking forward to seeing more from them in the future, and I hope to use their designs in my photography as well.

You can view all of the outfits in the music video below, or view the photos  here.

Congratulations to all the graduates for your amazing work!

Here's the video on YouTube if you are unable to view the flash version above:

Related links:

Beyond Robson: A Closer Look at VCC's Fashion Arts Students

YouTube: Part 1 of 2 of the Vancouver Community College (VCC) Fiat Mode XXIII 2010 Graduate Students Fashion Show

Straight: Vancouver Community College Fiat Mode XXIII

Music for the video No Return! by Romahichi

  1. monica fraser
    October 4th, 2010 at 21:04 | #1

    VCC’s fashion show was just the most fabulous show. “The Peacock” was my collection and I just like to mention about the fabrics that was used.
    The opening piece was a print of two peacocks made by an artist in Vienna, Austria, attached to a bolero jacket of silk and pearls and feathers. Underneath is a linen dress that compliments the train. That is one of a kind outfit.
    The theater coat was a fabric found in Vietnam. It is one of the world’s greatest embroidery places.
    Hand embroidered peacock feathers out of silk. Underneath was a long dress made of 3 different silks that I shredded to make it into feathers. Too bad that it was shown only for few seconds.
    The print fabric I made myself. It is a batik piece with peacock feathers and crystal. It is a 3 meters piece that I draped.
    I hope this will give a more better insight ot the unique fabrics that cannot be found in whole Canada let alone the world.
    Bye for now, Monica Fraser

  2. October 4th, 2010 at 21:19 | #2

    Thanks for providing more information on these beautiful and unique pieces!

  3. Rebecca Meyer
    October 12th, 2010 at 10:33 | #3

    Outstanding. brilliant design Monica, however not the least bit surprised your a design DIVA :) Love Rebecca

  1. September 30th, 2010 at 20:59 | #1