Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Canada's Most Diverse Fashion Show

Several years ago my daughter Kristi went to a party wearing a dress she made.
"No big deal you would say," for lots of women make dresses and clothing. But, Kristi doesn't sew or know how to use a sewing machine. She made her dress from duct tape and for years she walked around with a duct tape wallet. No wonder Port Moody's Annual Wearable Art Award caught my attention.

Click here to discover Canada's most diverse annual fashion event.


  1. My pleasure is rather amazing that there is a niche for an artform such as this.


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