Exhibition: Mode Canada 150 September 13 – November 10

The FHM Pops Up in Toronto with an exhibition for Mode Canada 150 – Then, Now, Next.

Fifty garments from the FHM are currently on display in the new Yorkville Village in downtown Toronto (second floor overlooking Whole Foods). We are part of an exhibition honouring Canada’s contribution to the world of fashion (design, journalism, modelling, beauty…) along with the Fashion Incubator, and Ryerson University (who are handling the Now and Next part of the show). The exhibition is open to the public from September 13 until November 10. The hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, admission is free. If you haven’t come to the FHM because we are in Cambridge – now is your chance!

About Jonathan

Jonathan Walford is a fashion historian and co-founder of the Fashion History Museum in Cambridge, Ontario. The FHM maintains a collection of nearly 12,000 artifacts dating from the mid 17th century to the present. Jonathan has authored various books and museum catalogues, including The Seductive Shoe, Shoes A-Z, Forties Fashion, 1950s American Fashion, and Sixties Fashion.
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2 Responses to Exhibition: Mode Canada 150 September 13 – November 10

  1. liz says:

    Is the caftan front and foremost one of Dana’s?

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