Getting a mention in the venerable Huffington Post about our latex clothing (see here, specifically images 49-71), enjoying another rollicking beginning of Sept. alternate fashion weekend in Montreal, and feeling the love for our new pieces, I guess you could say that Dawnamatrix@Montreal Fetish Weekend 2015 was a success. Just making the Huff Post alone would be a feather in our Steampunk Style Hat (and it is) but the welcome and the camaraderie is really what we go ‘up’ to Montreal for time and again, and the city, as much the people, never disappoint.
Let’s talk day 1.
At the Fashion Frenzy event the models walked along a 150 foot red carpet runway along St. Catherine St. in Montreal. To the cheers of a crowd consisting of Montreal Fetish Weekend attendees and those always ripe-and-ready-for-wonder citizens of Montreal this already high energy first big event of the weekend was electrified by the friendly vibe and perfect weather in the city. As they always do, and it seems even more so this year, people turned out in droves to see the colorful, shiny costumes.
At the Fashion Frenzy show Dawnamatrix debuted our new butterfly themed latex garments, including a stunning wedding gown, as well as intricately laser-cut cyber designs (again we refer you to those images of our alt. latex couture in pictures 49-71 in the Huff Post article.) You will also find video here of the event by Latex Envy Magazine: Hair and make-up stylists were Garcons Sculpteurs and Eva Guida respectively.
With a kick-off like this you just had to know the rest of this year’s MFW was going to rock…and it did. But we don’t want to get ahead of ourselves here and reveal the whole shiny lubed enchilada all in one blog. We have plenty to tell you about and will the next few reports. Suffice it to say right now though that the beginning of the 2015 Montreal Fetish Weekend got us all off to a great start.
Photography: Kindred’s Muze
Models Pictured: Kerri Taylor, Eva Guida, Nancy Tigress, Brian Gashlin, Holy Scar
Hair: Garcons Sculpteurs
Make-up: Eva Guida