VFW S/S 2016
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Let’s hear it from this season's fashion designers. We’re taking a minute to scope out the creators who will grace the VFW runway in March 2016
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1. Create your own Pinterest board titled “My BCLiving Style” and fill it with at least 5 pins of your own personal fashion favourites. 2. Pin at least two (2) items to your “My BCLiving Style” board from the BCLiving Pinterest contest board, using the hashtag #MyBCLivingStyle on your board and pinned images. 3. Share the link to your board on THIS POST so that we can share them with the world (and enter them to win the contest)! #MyBCLivingStyle

“Crash” aims to enlighten people’s imagination and unbind the existing framework. Enchi’s design reflects this belief. 7Crash also believes in fine quality and uniqueness. Read more about the designer here: http://vanfashionweek.com/7crash/

“Crash” aims to enlighten people’s imagination and unbind the existing framework. Enchi’s design reflects this belief. 7Crash also believes in fine quality and uniqueness. Read more about the designer here: http://vanfashionweek.com/7crash/

#SS16designer: Ruth Fernanda http://vanfashionweek.com/ruth-fernanda/

#SS16designer: Ruth Fernanda http://vanfashionweek.com/ruth-fernanda/

#SS16designer from El Salvador ANDREA AYALA http://vanfashionweek.com/andrea-ayala/

This season we have a designer from El Salvador

Dorrith Design is collaborating with IRMA BORGSTEEDE Inspired and influenced by contemporary architecture, Dorrith Design designs and produces handmade bags and accessories in small editions. Always looking for the balance between simplicity and functionality and executed with precision in high quality materials See the designer's profile here: http://vanfashionweek.com/irma-borgsteede-design/

Dorrith Design is collaborating with IRMA BORGSTEEDE Inspired and influenced by contemporary architecture, Dorrith Design designs and produces handmade bags and accessories in small editions. Always looking for the balance between simplicity and functionality and executed with precision in high quality materials See the designer's profile here: http://vanfashionweek.com/irma-borgsteede-design/

#SS16designer: Tieler James Fashion is his life, period. Tieler discovered his passion for clothing at the age of 5 and began working with a sewing machine and designing his own clothes at age 7. In 2014, at just 14 years old, he was selected to compete on Lifetime’s Project Runway: Threads. Tieler won and has gone on to be the featured designer in many local and regional fashion shows. Read more about the designer here: http://vanfashionweek.com/tieler-james/

#SS16designer: Tieler James Fashion is his life, period. Tieler discovered his passion for clothing at the age of 5 and began working with a sewing machine and designing his own clothes at age 7. In 2014, at just 14 years old, he was selected to compete on Lifetime’s Project Runway: Threads. Tieler won and has gone on to be the featured designer in many local and regional fashion shows. Read more about the designer here: http://vanfashionweek.com/tieler-james/

Each Maaji print is developed in house by their creative team and speaks to the theme of every collection.The construction of a Maaji suit is labor intensive. Each style comes together like a puzzle. The unexpected blending of imaginative prints are worked together to create individual pieces of art. See the designer's profile here: http://vanfashionweek.com/maaji/

Each Maaji print is developed in house by their creative team and speaks to the theme of every collection.The construction of a Maaji suit is labor intensive. Each style comes together like a puzzle. The unexpected blending of imaginative prints are worked together to create individual pieces of art. See the designer's profile here: http://vanfashionweek.com/maaji/

Rebecca Zubel was born in Victoria, BC and raised in the Fraser Valley. From a young age, Rebecca has been a talented seamstress and designer, with a passion for historical costumes and vintage lingerie. Designed to leave a lasting impression, Trash Lingerie’s sensuous satins and luxurious laces will ensure you’ll be craving more.  See the designer's profile here: http://vanfashionweek.com/trash-lingerie/

Rebecca Zubel was born in Victoria, BC and raised in the Fraser Valley. From a young age, Rebecca has been a talented seamstress and designer, with a passion for historical costumes and vintage lingerie. Designed to leave a lasting impression, Trash Lingerie’s sensuous satins and luxurious laces will ensure you’ll be craving more. See the designer's profile here: http://vanfashionweek.com/trash-lingerie/

KarmaLove is a semi-artisanal Mexican brand created by Monica Ruiz Pedroarena and Rosario Ruiz Pedroarena. Since its origins it is created with a very own distinctive mark. Its style recreates an innovative proposal that fuses myriad patterns with a variety of textures and colours and embroidery.  See the designers' profile here: http://vanfashionweek.com/karma-love/

KarmaLove is a semi-artisanal Mexican brand created by Monica Ruiz Pedroarena and Rosario Ruiz Pedroarena. Since its origins it is created with a very own distinctive mark. Its style recreates an innovative proposal that fuses myriad patterns with a variety of textures and colours and embroidery. See the designers' profile here: http://vanfashionweek.com/karma-love/

TKC Design Inc. is a brand that explores colour and vibrancy while proudly giving a voice to society. The company is owned by designer, Taranjit (Taran) Cheema, a Canadian-born designer, who has a strong eye for colours and graphics. See the designer's profile here: http://vanfashionweek.com/tkc-design-inc/

TKC Design Inc. is a brand that explores colour and vibrancy while proudly giving a voice to society. The company is owned by designer, Taranjit (Taran) Cheema, a Canadian-born designer, who has a strong eye for colours and graphics. See the designer's profile here: http://vanfashionweek.com/tkc-design-inc/

EVAN CLAYTON is inspired by psychology, modern pop culture and French history  See the designer's profile here : http://vanfashionweek.com/evan-clayton-ss16/

EVAN CLAYTON is inspired by psychology, modern pop culture and French history See the designer's profile here : http://vanfashionweek.com/evan-clayton-ss16/

G aur M ’s designs explore different aesthetic principles across cultures and fuse them with the modern silhouette. Check out the designer's profile here: http://vanfashionweek.com/g-aur-m/

G aur M ’s designs explore different aesthetic principles across cultures and fuse them with the modern silhouette. Check out the designer's profile here: http://vanfashionweek.com/g-aur-m/

Joline Cadieux is gearing up for a fabulous show this season! Check out her profile here http://vanfashionweek.com/joline-cadieux/

Joline Cadieux is gearing up for a fabulous show this season! Check out her profile here http://vanfashionweek.com/joline-cadieux/

We have a returning designer coming to showcase his new collection on our runway. We are so excited to have Ha SangBeg this season.

We have a returning designer coming to showcase his new collection on our runway. We are so excited to have Ha SangBeg this season.

Canella was born in a creative French family and was inspired by her grand mother who already had a fashion atelier in Paris and Lyon in the fifties. Now living in Dubai, impressed and very open to the mix of cultures, meeting people from all over the world, she gets her colourful energy from the amazing contrast between her native French origins and the Orient. Read more here: http://vanfashionweek.com/canella-hostal-couture/

Canella was born in a creative French family and was inspired by her grand mother who already had a fashion atelier in Paris and Lyon in the fifties. Now living in Dubai, impressed and very open to the mix of cultures, meeting people from all over the world, she gets her colourful energy from the amazing contrast between her native French origins and the Orient. Read more here: http://vanfashionweek.com/canella-hostal-couture/

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