Indigenous Fashion Arts presents a new fashion installation at Nuit Blanche 2022 on October 1 at 1 The Esplanade called Ho’reh Tih Yeh Kuh, which loosely translates from Denesųłįné to English, meaning “To see the horizon at dawn,”
For its 2020 Online Edition and in partnership with Harbourfront Centre, IFWTO premiered four runway films featuring 16 Indigenous designers, 10 panel discussions in partnership with the School of Fashion at Ryerson University and an online popup marketplace featuring 40 Indigenous artists and designers, including a spotlight on Northwestern Ontario.
The biennial Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto (IFWTO), presented online November 26 – 29, 2020, announces the launch of a new website at IFWtoronto.com, and the curated lineup for the 2020 IFWTO Online Pop-up Marketplace.
“… in the final analysis, a riot is the language of the unheard. And what is it that America has failed to hear?… It has failed to hear that the promises of freedom and justice have not been met. And it has failed to hear that large segments of white society are more concerned about tranquility and the status quo than about justice, equality, and humanity.” – Dr. Martin Luther King