Expressive color palettes, artistic fabric manipulations, and whimsical playfulness lead the way for the first show from Global Fashion Collective.
DESIGNER RECAP: FAUN by Marisa P. Clark
Canadian brand FAUN by Marisa P. Clark, brought a collection of elegance and subtlety to the runway, as an ode to the timeless, sophistication of New York City Style, referencing icons Audrey Hepburn and Blair Waldorf.
Rich jewel toned fabrics, with elegant necklines and fluttering hems, effortlessly complemented intricate handcrafted pieces, such as pearl bralettes and opera glasses.
A highlight piece- a color blocked suede jacket in pink with yellow contrast. Models carrying bunches of Baby’s Breath flowers stayed true to FAUN’s signature whimsical, feminine style.
Global Fashion Collective (GFC)
Global Fashion Collective is a platform supporting creative designers from all around the world. The collective produces runway showcases in different fashion capitals with the aim to accelerate the designer’s global development, increase their international media visibility, and open new markets. By presenting its designers in front of international media and buyers globally, Global Fashion Collective is an expansion of Vancouver Fashion Week.
Runway Photographer: Giovanni Giannoni
All images are by Giovanni Giannoni and courtesy of Global Fashion Collective.
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