On the evening of March 9, 2018, working in collaboration with some of Canada’s top clothing designers, Tweed Inc. is set to present its first ever runway show, Tweed: Fabric of Creativity, at Toronto Men’s Fashion Week. The show will feature 36 designs by 18 of Canada’s top designers and will showcase the Tweed personality to a new audience.
The designers and their teams have been tasked with creating ensembles that combine both tweed fabric as well as their interpretation of the essence of the Tweed brand for the runway show. The fashion show is just one component of Tweed’s participation in Toronto Men’s Fashion Week. For the duration of the show (March 9 to 11, 2018), as well as its sister event, Toronto Women’s Fashion Week (March 12 to 14, 2018),
Tweed will also have an on-site informational exhibit.
“With brand names like Argyle and Herringbone, we are excited to finally engage with the diverse and creative fashion community to bring our personality to life, enriching the fabric of Tweed through dialogue and engagement,” said Bruce Linton, co-founder and CEO of Tweed. “This is an exciting time and an exciting project for Tweed.” Tweed is a wholly owned subsidiary of Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX:WEED) and a globally recognized cannabis production brand.
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