Montreal Is Hosting A "Fashion Show" Party

A sleek soiree of style and glamour.
Montreal Is Hosting A "Fashion Show" Party

While Montreal is one helluva fashionable city, for most us, the catwalk is the very streets of the city. We strut our stuff loud and proud whenever stepping out, but getting a chance to watch professionals do their thang while showing off new-season designs, is always a welcome event for any self-respecting fashionista.

Back for it's 32nd edition, the HEC Montréal Fashion Show showcases local and international designers, organized BY students FOR students. This extremely popular event immerses you in the world of fashion, bringing together tons of high-end designers, artists, dancers, and models for a sleek soiree of style and glamour!

This year's theme is centered around the idea of a blank "Canvas", using never-before-seen methods to transform the perception of fashion into a unique masterpiece. Before the show, sip on some fabulous cocktails while you mingle with other students, parents, designers and Montreal influencers. Then it's time for the grand fashion show, with top local and international brands like Philippe Dubuc and Bestseller, showing off their latest creations.

So for a sneak peak at this Spring/Summer's designs before anyone else, and want to get a look inside Montreal's booming fashion industry, don't miss the HEC Fashion Show 2016!

When: Thursday, March 24

Where: Plaza Vieux-Montréal (777 Robert-Bourassa)

Cocktail: 6:30pm

Fashion Show: 7:30pm

Check out the official HEC Fashion Show 2016 Facebook Event page for all the details.

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