CAFA ‘Stylist of the year’ Cary Tauben, will showcase a collection of on-trend looks at this year’s Festival Mode & Design, featuring one-of-a-kind threads and accessories from Village des Valeurs. The Montreal native and avid thrift shopper is partnering with Village des Valeurs to celebrate self-expression and unique style, while also highlighting how reuse extends the life of clothing and supports our planet. This unique collection goes a step further in demonstrating the versatility of thrift and reuse by repurposing 30 thrifted looks previously highlighted at a Village des Valeurs x Cary Tauben show in Toronto this summer.
Tauben says, “What I love most about my work is inspiring those around me to have fun with fashion. I work on different scales of fashion – collaborating with high brands on one hand, and working with more accessible ones, and secondhand clothing on the other. Thrifting is a huge part of it for me and this upcoming collection exemplifies the thrill of the find that I so love. I’m really looking forward to Festival Mode & Design to showcase how I mix various thrifted items including high-end pieces from Village des Valeurs, to create innovative and free spirited looks that can be worked in so many different ways.”
More than 30 boutiques and fashion trucks will invade the Quartier des spectacles. Local designers, jewelry, eco-friendly fashion, accessories and […]More info