Cashmere, a popular brand of toilet tissue, recently launched it's pink tissue line to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness during the month of October. Proceeds will be donated to the Canadian Cancer Society.
The Hudson's Bay Co., known across Canada as The Bay is a department store known for their popular window displays each season. This year they challenged new designers to create gowns made of Cashmere tissue paper, as part of Hudson’s Bay Co.’s efforts to raise awareness on cancer research.
Hard to believe, but these masterpiece fashion creations are crafted entirely using toilet tissue. I had the opportunity to see them this past week and they are amazing and fascinating!
The intricate detailing shows a level of craftmenship only possible with hand of a skilled designer. These works of art are on display at The Bay's flagship store located in the heart of downtown Toronto at Queen and Yonge street.
The Bay (The Hudson Bay) in Toronto is hosting an exhibit of up and coming British designers in THE ROOM! The Room is a space within The Bay department store that is a blank slate to exhibit and display each designer's installation. It is sleek and cool and is the vision of the new President of The Bay, Bonnie Brooks, the fashion executive who made Lane Crawford, the Hong Kong luxury retailer, a fashion landmark in the Far East
The designers: GILES DEACON (head designer at Ungaro),
Erdem, Jonathan Saunders, Charlotte Olympia Dellal, Mark
Fast, Nicholas Kirkwood, Marios Schwab and Mary Katrantzou. Each designer set up individual spaces to showcase their collections.