This year we are thrilled that our very own Andre Telio, president of TÉLIO is being honoured at this annual fundraising event.
This non-profit foundation raises a minimum of $100,000 each year for scholarships and internships to the most promising elements from fashion schools around Québec. It also works to encourage training and research in the industry in order to promote Montreal talent on the international scene.
This year’s benefit has raised $111,000 in scholarships to be given to the future stars of Québec design. Thank you to all those who contributed to this important event.
Our sincere congratulations to all the winners. We wish you the best of luck in your futures – the fashion world awaits!
For more info: Fondation de la Mode 2017
Stay tuned for event photos!
As part of Canada’s 150th anniversary, Montreal’s 375th and coinciding with the golden anniversary of Expo 67 Universal and International Exhibition, the McCord Museum is proud to showcase the fashions that represented Canada and Québec on the world stage.
This exhibition will feature over 60 outfits created by Québec designers of the day, and includes items from every sector of Canadian fashion; hats, gloves, purses, and jewellery.
Come and immerse yourself in this unique era in history when revolution was in the air and designers dared to push their limits. -S.R.
For more info click: McCord Museum, EXPO 67
Jacob Javits Center, New York
This upscale trade event showcases some of the hottest names in the womenswear industry today. Their mission is to provide designers and retailers an inspiring and stimulating place to network and do business.
Designers benefit from the elegant environment where they can host top RTW retailers from around the globe as they discover the latest trends along with updated classics.
For more information on this event, click MODA MANHATTAN.
What to wear for the holiday dinner?
Comfortable leggings made with Télio cotton stretch of course!
This exciting award competition initiated by the H&M Foundation, seeks to challenge innovators to offer ideas for creating new approaches for making fashion circular, thereby helping protect our planet.
This means “thinking outside the trunk“ and reinventing the entire industry in the way that garments are designed, manufactured, shipped, purchased, worn and recycled. What’s unique is that this competition is the first such initiative in the fashion industry, and is open to any individual, institution, organization or social business – because you never know whose mind is formulating the next Big Idea!
An expert panel will select five winners to share the grant of €1,000,000. These forward-thinking innovators will then gain access to a one-year accelerator provided by the H&M Foundation, Accenture and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
To apply, click Global Change Award 2016.
Good luck to all participants – we need our planet healthy!
Proudly launched in Vancouver BC, this non-profit fashion extravaganza is presenting its 11th edition next spring in Seattle, WA. This organization seeks to promote innovative alternatives and solutions for a more responsible and sustainable fashion industry.
Hundreds of stylists and designers from around the world have participated over the years to shine attention on the need for progressive ways to stem the pollution and waste from the world’s 2nd worst planet-damaging industry- FASHION!
(Did you know…? American manufacturers alone, are responsible for 15.1 million tons of textile waste per year…!)
You can make a difference by learning to incorporate ingredients for an “Eco-Recipe” which any brand can create by adding their own values, beliefs and resources to establish more sustainable practices.
For more info on ECO-FASHION WEEK, click here.
This UK-based movement’s mission is to increase awareness of easy and effective alternatives to buying new clothes.
Options like clothes-swapping, thrift store hunting, and renting clothes for special occasions are all fun and novel ways that help to avoid more discarded outfits from littering our planet.
FASHION REVOLUTION WEEK – April 24- 30, 2017
Click to join the Fashion Revolution!
TWO MAJOR APPAREL TRENDS FOR SPRING/SUMMER 2017
These days, the word “trend” has morphed into a verb, as people everywhere are obsessed with all things “trending.” Be it celebrity news, politics or better yet, fashion – we all crave what’s hot.
Here are two significant apparel trends that are sweeping down the runways:
It’s back to the future, as designers reach for future inspiration from eras long past. Poet sleeves, ruffles, satin and velvet are recurring fabric choices. Intricate bodices, embellishments and attention to detail evoke just the right balance between past and future.
Off the other edge of the style spectrum is the the trend toward structured modern silhouettes – boxy shoulders and cinched waists that assert feminine strength. Playful asymmetrical lines add movement and attitude.
Photos courtesy of http://www.wgsn.com
Designers showcased: Alexander McQueen & Chalayan
This summer, 22 of our Montreal team members will be testing out their green thumbs in the Télio Community Garden.
Some basic crops we are expecting to see (and share) this summer include:
Each person (or team of two), will be responsible for the tendering of their land (watering, weeding, etc.) and the harvesting of their plot. Hopefully, the whole office will benefit from the fruits of labour from our team.
In case you are planning to get planting this summer, here are a couple tips for herbs you can apply to your home or office garden:
Good luck to the 22 employees who are sharing 20 plots. We hope it’s a warm, bountiful summer for everyone. Check out the Télio Fashion Fabrics social media accounts for more Community Garden updates throughout the summer.
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