Vancouver Fashion Week Releases Its Full Day By Day Schedule
[Vancouver, BC – March 2019] Vancouver Fashion Week Fall/Winter 19 is set for an exciting season at the David Lam Hall in downtown Vancouver. Now you can see the full designer line up on the official VFW F/W19 Schedule.
Go to www.vanfashionweek.com/schedule/ to plan your perfect week of shows for March 18th-24th. Monday the 18th begins the week with Opening Gala night, where designer previews on the runway will unveil a sensational selection of looks from collections to be showcased throughout the week. La Salle College (BC) will present the latest upcoming student talent from Vancouver, and full lines by creative balloon designer Emi Jingu (Japan), and minimalist YONFA (Japan) make a strong start to the FW19 season.
Tuesday’s lineup kicks off with Mel Elegance (BC) showcasing soft and elegant womenswear juxtaposed with bold eccentricity from Profanity by LillzKillz (BC). Ajour (Ukraine) will present luxurious lingerie and RadaStyle (Belarus) will bring their striking modern femininity to the runway. To end the night, CRAZYYABAI (BC) will return to Vancouver Fashion Week with their experimental designs.
Wednesday will be a night to highlight the local talents from Vancouver and Canada as a whole. An array of Canadian brands including locals Jae Esmane (BC), Blood Moon (BC), SOOJINU (BC) are in the mix with those from further afield such as Nöelziñia (ON), and yung_alexander (ON).
Thursday’s shows feature an eclectic mix of international designers from across the globe. Europe, Asia, North America, and Australia will be represented by the likes of Ming (Taiwan), Lisa Aviva (US), soutache (India), Mabu49 (US), Sorockolita (Russia), Frank & Virginia (Australia), and Eklectic & Co. (Ukraine).
Friday’s shows take us into the weekend with experimental unisex, urban streetwear from Ization Studio (BC) and beautiful designs inspired by Canada’s Coast Salish peoples from Ay Lelum-The Good House of Design (BC). Emelia’s Swimwear (BC), a high-quality, comfortable and stylish collection will be followed by Chen Pin-Yu’s (Taiwan) debut. HAMON (Japan) will close the night with their thoughtfully designed, recycled collection that is inspired by the universal, human theme of transformation and reincarnation.
On Saturday first to hit the runway will be a line of experimental designs by BC local Ryan Li followed by Notre Décès (ON), an avant-garde collection. Eco Chic Design Award winner, PAT GUZIK (Poland) will proceed US designer Jessture’s collection of casual womenswear. Evan Clayton (BC) is set to stun with his theatrical collection while Margot (Japan) will do away with limitations through a collection of one-size, free-flowing dresses. Finally, Sunny’s Bridal Gallery (BC) will be showcasing their latest collection of contemporary and traditional South Asian bridal and eveningwear to end the inspirational evening.
Sunday’s lineup kicks off with the scandalous, hyper-sexualized designs of Haus of Zuk (BC) which contrasts against Blossom Sunday’s (France) romantic and whimsical collection. C’EST D’s (US) playful and size-inclusive lineup, Carmen Llaguno’s (Mexico) spiritually inspired pieces and Arlo’s luxury Australian womenswear will celebrate the many facets of stylish femininity. Jessica Chang Studio’s (US) hand-dyed designs will proceed BC local Alex S. Yu’s exploration of childhood, nostalgia and wanderlust in a modern and quirky way; a fitting and illustrative end to Vancouver Fall / Winter Fashion Week 2019. VFW FW19 is set to be a sensation! Don’t miss out this season- tickets are available on the website here. The generosity and commitment of our sponsors, suppliers and supporters is more vital than ever. Please help us by acknowledging their support for Vancouver Fashion Week March 2019. Thank you to Alkaline Water and Bowmore Single Malt Scotch.
Vancouver Fashion Week is the fastest-growing fashion week in the world and the only industry event that actively seeks out to showcase international award-winning designers from over 25 global fashion capitals. For 32 seasons, VFW has celebrated multiculturalism and up-and-coming designers on their runways. VFW strives to identify undiscovered designers by providing an accessible and internationally-reputable platform. Through international media coverage and cogent buyer connectivity, VFW has provided the exposure to project past designers on to international success.