Montréal Fashion Week 2013 – Part 2

Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)

Auberge Saint-Gabriel in Montréal’s Old Port hosted one of the off-site events for this year’s Fashion Week. Orchestrated by artistic director Dick Walsh, this Flash Mode event featured original designs by eleven local designers, including Denis Gagnon, Nu.1 by Vickie, Symbiose by Hinda A., Travis Taddeo, Melissa Nepton, Travis Taddeo, Ralph Leroy, Martin Lim, Philippe Dubuc, Marie Saint Pierre, and UNTTLD.

Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)   Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)   Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)

Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)   Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)   Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)

Flash Mode, Marie Saint Pierre (photo by K.Sark)

Similar to events at the Berlin Fashion WeekFlash Mode featured live tableaux with eleven models, each in her own spot light, representing Montréal’s designers. The select guests included many members of the Montréal fashion scene, designers (Marie Saint Pierre and Denis Gagnon), media experts, photographers, bloggers, and journalists.

Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)   Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)   Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)

Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)   Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)   Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)

Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)

Flash Mode, Denis Gagnon (photo by K.Sark)

Flash Mode (photo by K.Sark)

For a more detailed review of this year’s Fashion Week, see my article for Cult MTL.

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