Last night was held Signature 2017 at Montreal’s Olympic Park. For more than 25 years, this major event is a celebration of the tremendous work accomplished by the graduating students of LaSalle College Montreal’s Fashion Design program, before an audience of 4,000 people. Nearly 100 Fashion Design students, coming from many countries, were proud to present their 15 themes revealing more than 300 outfits, and 70 women and men models.
S.D.W.D. designed by Miriam Brassard, Fatoumata Binta Diallo, Mariya Dmytrenko, Diana Elizabeth Herquinio Cruz, Lu Li, Jasmine Low, Su Xue Luo & Marjan Rahmanian
The future of the industry
The 2017 edition was strongly inspired by Montréal’s 375th, Expo67’s 50th and Canada’s 150th. Some of them saw the deterioration of our planet with its biodiversity and others saw luminous solutions. Fashion Design students questioned themselves on the actions that need to be taken immediately to foresee the problems of the industry that will emerge in 25 years and protect the future’s economy. To answer these questions, the development of the pieces showcased on the runway was based on the principle of sustainable design. Signature 2017 is the teleportation of a universal reflection on fashion and our societies.
High Waste Society designed by Jessy Dubeault-Colucci, Rita Nisrine Lyoubi, Simon Martinet Desbiens, Sonia Yanes, Anya Yuck
The Most Important Fashion Show in Canada
Signature 2017 creations are entirely designed by LaSalle College’s Fashion Design students. For them, it is the culmination of three years of study and hard work, exploring fabrics, cuts and colors. For more than 40 years, the International School of Fashion, Arts and Design propels young talents in fashion design and fashion marketing nationally and internationally. Its program, offered in Canada, at the Montreal and Vancouver campuses, provides graduates an unparalleled recognition.
Inter-Dec College Beauty Squad in action
As a LaSalle College Fashion Design alumni, Milan Tanedjikov is a passionate worker! Now teacher lecturer at LaSalle College, he spoke to us about his collaboration with Estelle Gervais, one of his former students who created THEFINEPRINT Magazine.