The highly anticipated LaSalle Fashion College Soirée (SMCL) has once again dazzled the audience.
Congratulations to the second-year Fashion Marketing students for the four exceptional fashion shows they produced, where they made use of their full creativity!
On November 4th, the Basalt, Element.all, Spark and Alter Ego teams unequivocally proved their promising talents.
This self-funded and self-managed event allowed students to apply the various notions learned during their training: fashion styling, budget management, model selection and scenography.
Once again this year, Soirée Mode Collège LaSalle was a real success, confirming its spot as a major event in Montréal’s fashion calendar!
We all have alternative selves. Super heroes or evil twins, they are all invited to travel with us through different styles. These styles are distinct yet intimately linked. Through fashion, we will meet them and express their personalities.
A dark matter that sticks and burns on the skin when erupted, Basalte is the magmatic rock that arises when in contact 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.
Fire, water, air, and earth. Bask 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.
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.
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.