MakeFashion will be showcasing at the Canadian International Fashion Film Festival on July 22nd and 23rd.
The Canadian International Fashion Film Festival (CANIFFF) is a platform and event that engages, exciting directors, artists, new and established talent, advertisers, designers, producers, fashion industry leaders and audience. The Canadian International Fashion Film Festival will showcase and support the diverse medium and visionary talent through impactful, cutting edge storytelling.
On June 11th Red Deer hosted it’s first Mini Maker Faire. MakeFashion brought a team of designers, engineers, and organizers to lead hands-on workshops, as well as a small showcase of our wearable tech projects.
We’re heading to Paris, and are featured in Make: Magazine. Check it out!
“Certainly, our designers range from high fashion to performance and costume pieces, and we like to encourage diversity, but we will definitely be bringing more of the fashion pieces to Paris!”
Thanks Standout Publications for attending our 2016 gala and the fantastic video coverage of the event.
Thank you to everyone who attended our 2016 Gala. It was an incredible event, made possible by the support of an incredible team of volunteers, designers, and stylists.
Stay tuned for image galleries, videos, and detailed descriptions of our 2016 projects. In the meantime, check out our Facebook page for updates.
Photography by Michael Sturgeon
Want to attend the 4th annual MakeFashion Wearable Tech Gala in Calgary for free? Enter to win two tickets to the event. All you have to do is tell us what project you’re most excited to see!
How to enter:
Tweet about which piece you’re most excited to see (either the project name or a link) and tag @makefashionCA.
We will randomly select a winner via draw on March 26th 2016.
Each tweet is eligible for one entry, one tweet permitted per day.
Contest winner will receive 2 standing tickets for the 2016 MakeFashion Gala in Calgary, Alberta. Tickets can be transferred, but are not eligible to be redeemed for cash value.
I have been doing my craft for a long time and I thought that you had to create a name for yourself, defining your work by your individuality. Then I was introduced to this group called ‘Makefashion’ and all my gains that I made by myself in my many years of work were surpassed in just one 6 month period. I now realize where I may have gone wrong; in not realizing the power of a makers’ community.