Vincent d’Amérique’s Poetic Depth | Fashion & Design Festival 2018
Vincent d’Amérique has become one of the most important retailers of men’s fashion in the country, with 23 boutiques in Québec and exporting the original creations of designer Michel Grondines throughout Canada and the United States.
On Saturday, August 25th — as a highlight of the 18th edition of the Fashion & Design Festival — Vincent d’Amérique will be launching POETIC DEPTH, a show that combines interactive digital art, fashion and music with international DJ D-Noy.
The catwalk stage will be adapted with infrared sensors that capture the scenic expressions of the DJ and the models. The captured data will serve to create a giant interactive projection on the screen of the stage. Don’t miss this unique display of the four major fall-winter themes: Beatnik Bohemian, Poetic Depth, Velvet Opulence and Cyborg.
Above all, more than 300 original Vincent d’Amérique items will be released this season. A trendy clothing design that simplifies the arrangement of colors and materials. The creations of Michel Grondines are designed using a personalized cut that respects the presence of the leading men who wear them.
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Furthermore, you do not need to be a fashionista to go. This event is for everyone and most of us enjoy fashion. This is the chance to see what’s new this year. The annual event showcases many emerging creators and international fashion icons who will share their art and vision with the public.
Here is what you need to know about the Vincent d’Amérique’s Poetic Depth Fashion Show:
Date and Time: Saturday, August 25th, 2018, at 9PM
Location: Main stage of the Fashion & Design Festival at the Place des Festivals
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Photo credit: Vincent d’Amérique
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