Yesterday, 15 Canadian designers sent their bridal collection down the runway at the Carlu in downtown Toronto. What made this collection of dresses, lingerie and accessories so special, was that all the pieces were made using Cashmere bathroom tissue!
The world’s first collection of one-of-a-kind, designer-made wedding couture fashioned in sheets of Cashmere Bathroom Tissue, floated down the aisle at the 12th Annual White Cashmere Collection fashion show.
Celebrating love and romance, the 15 designers presented their creations all in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. The spectacular bridal showcase was curated by Jessica Mulroney of Kleinfeld Hudson’s Bay and the artistic director was Farley Chatto.
The White Cashmere Bridal Collection provides a unique and welcome spotlight for Canada’s top bridal designers, and gives us a chance to support a life-saving cause that touches women and their families
says Curator, Jessica Mulroney. “The designers’ hard-work, passion, creativity and diversity are gloriously displayed in their brilliant creations that feature everything from fabulous beading, braiding, and flowers to layers of ruffles, sheer and lace bodices, all meticulously crafted in Cashmere Bathroom Tissue.”
Canadians can view this stunning collection below and support the cause by joining Cashmere’s unique Vote Couture for the Cure Wedding Edition initiative at www.Facebook.com/Cashmere. Canadians are invited to vote for their favourite bridal couture and Cashmere will donate $1 for every vote, up to $10,000, to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation in the winning designer’s name, from September 29 through November 3, 2015. Voters will be entered in a draw to win weekly prizes with the chance to win a Kleinfeld Hudson’s Bay Wedding Dress valued at $5,000.