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Fashion Takes Over the Gallery

1 @simonesrose Neck by @amihude 2 @beitheclothing Scarf by @tintabymasagana Hat by Loretta Wiley @nwtartsto 3 @karynastleford @margaretjanedesign 4 @fashionbyhafsa Necklace @caneu 5+6 @sarahsuedesigns

This year, WAG-Qaumajuq is launching our celebrated annual craft sale, CRAFTED: Show + Sale, with a full fashion runway featuring 25 collections from fashion designers based in Manitoba, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Nunatsiavut.

Don’t miss CRAFTED: A Fashion Show, Wednesday, November 2 at 7pm. Doors open at 6pm and the event will be followed by a fun champagne reception with artists present. Plus! Fashion show tickets include free entry to the Show + Sale weekend.

A mix of models and designs will wind through five exhibition spaces, showcasing over 200 looks, with ready-to-wear outfits, sculptural designs, wearable works of art, and traditional Inuit garments from the WAG-Qaumajuq permanent collection. The models will also be accessorized with handmade items by CRAFTED artists.

As part of the CRAFTED: Show + Sale later the same week, visitors can shop ready-to-wear collections from many of the fashion designers.

CRAFTED: A Fashion Show features the designs of Anne Mulaire, April Allen of Stitched by April, Bambi Amos of Bambi’s Traditional Arts, Beithe Clothing, Cheryl Fennell of Snowfly, Delia Cepoi of Studio Silver Bliss, Evan Ducharme, Hello Darling Co., Fashion by Hafsa, Kataisee Attagutsiak, Kim Ruben, Lennard Taylor Design Studio Inc., Loretta Wiley of Do it in the Sahtu, Maison Corazon, May-Lain Siusangnark, Melanie Alagalak, Michel Dumont, Sarah Sue Design, Siggi Clothing, Simone’s Rose, Taalrumiq, Victoria’s Arctic Fashion, and Wendy Sinclair of Pretty Windy Designs.

Proceeds from the fashion show will be donated to Tunngasugit, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Inuit living in urban centres in Manitoba.

See the lookbook


Fashion Show Recap


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I am so honoured to have been chosen to exhibit in this years crafted. chi miigwetch.big gay bear hugs to you all

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