Canada Loves Plaid Challenge

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Bonnie Glass-The Wearable Art Show Founder

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‘Twas the Day Before TWAS

‘twas the day before TWAS
and as usual, sure enough,
artisans were fussing
with last minute stuff.

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What the heck do I wear?

That age old question has never been more pointed than when choosing what to wear to
The Wearable Art Show, right? Oh my goodness, what a dilemma. Here are a few options:

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Confessions of a Wearable Art Junkie

I am not just a fan of wearable art – I am a fanatic! I have always loved to own things that were created by Canadian artisans. Unique, one-of-a-kind, wonderful pieces are my weakness. I love to give them as gifts. I love to buy them for myself. Whether jewellery, bags, clothing or shoes; they are all just much more special when lovingly crafted by hand.

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Guess who else loves TWAS?

We already know that our wearable fans love and appreciate what we do. That’s because we know them. And we love them for spreading the word and bringing new wearable lovers to the fold.

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CAWEE Tea

Thursday, June 18th was a magical afternoon in the Courtyard Cafe at The Windsor Arms Hotel.

It was the 5th Annual CAWEE Tea and a wonderful time was had by all, including our very own Lisa Ridout, Co-Chair of the Steering Committee and David Dunkley, President of The Wearable Art Show, who hosted a table promoting TWAS (The Wearable Art Show) and our upcoming show.

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More of Your Favourites Return

Berna Kilic, a resident of Milton, Ontario has been an active artist since 2004, creating art in the medium of lampworking, glass jewellery. Lampworking is a type of glasswork where a torch or lamp is primarily used to melt the glass. Once in a molten state, the glass is formed by blowing and shaping with tools and hand movements. It is also known as flameworking or torchworking. The earliest verifiable lampworked glass is probably a collection of beads thought to date to the fifth century BC.

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Bonnie Glass

The proud founder of The Wearable Art Show, Bonnie Glass LOVES to create originals for Originals! Her coats, jackets and statement toppers are noted for the way she blends line, color and texture into distinctive, unique garments.

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Look Who’s Back

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Save the Date

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Pantone’s Spring 2015 Colour Forecast

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Holiday Greetings

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Pantone Colour of the Year 2015: Marsala

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Winners!!

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Men’s Wear

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Robert W. Haven

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Mississippi Valley Textile Museum

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Art on Fashion

In a recent issue of “Fashion” magazine, Karen von Hahn states, “in fashion terms, art is the New Black”. This Spring many collections being shown reflected work by iconic 20th century artists.

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Art and Fashion

From surrealism, to graffiti, art has inspired the Spring/Summer 2014 catwalks. From tribal to street, muralists to Mondrian works and even references to consumer culture, have been transposed onto dresses, jackets and tops. Art has been a massive influence.

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New Venue

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Wearables and Technology

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Thank You

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The Wearable Art Show in the News

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The Challenge

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Elena Savinovski

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A Conversation with Linda Lundstrom

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Quality over Quantity

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Isidora Spielmann

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Bonnie Glass–Founder

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The Wearable Art Show Update

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New Venue

The Wearable Art Show is very excited to announce their stunning, new venue, Daniels Spectrum. This venue opened its doors in September 2012. Daniels Spectrum is a 60,000-square-foot, purpose-built facility designed by award-winning Diamond Schmitt Architects and is wheelchair accessible. This colorful facility features more than 15,000 square feet of flexible event space and state-of-the-art technical systems. It won “Best New Venue in Canada for Meetings and Events” as part of the National BizBash Event’s style awards in New York City.

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