The second year Fashion Marketing students invite you to the annual Soirée Mode Collège LaSalle (SMCL), that will present this season’s trends in four fashion shows.
The second year Fashion Marketing students of LaSalle College invite you to the fourth edition of the annual Soirée Mode Collège LaSalle (SMCL). The event will present this season’s trends in four fashion shows ALTER EGO, BASALTE, ELEMENT.ALL and SPARKS. The presentations will take place on Saturday November 4th, 2017 at 3:00PM, 6:00PM and 8:00PM, in Jean-Paul-Morin Hall at LaSalle College, 2000, Sainte-Catherine Street West, Montréal.
The tickets for Soirée Mode Collège LaSalle are available on Eventbrite via www.soireemodecollegelasalle.com. There are two options: general admission at $25 and reserved seating at $50.
A brief description of the four shows:
Fire, water, air, and earth. Basque in the four elements that gave life to the human race. Ignite your curiosity, go with the flow, breathe in the inspiration, and get in touch with your roots. This is how we create.
A dark matter that sticks and burns on the skin when erupted, Basalte is the magmatic rock that arises when contacted with air. The darkness represents the natural disaster of a world that we live in, while the bright, hot orange lava represents the fire and wildness of life’s creations.
We all have alternative selves, regardless if they are super heroes or evil twins. We are inviting them to travel with us through different styles. These styles are distinct yet intimately linked. Through fashion, we will meet them and express their personalities.
From the darkness of space, we grab the Spark of the stars to illuminate our way. Come join us during this dark time as we embark on a journey to find the spark of light, through clothes and music that is rich in atmosphere.
The fashion presentation course is offered during the third semester of the Fashion Marketing program and provides students with a real life opportunity to apply the theory learnt in class. LaSalle College prides itself into giving its students a hand on experience within the industry, allowing them the chance to increase their understanding by putting forth their ideas.