16 emerging fashion designers showcased their talents, dazzled the audience and raised money for a good cause at this year's annual White Cashmere Collection 2017, which took place at the Royal Ontario Museum.
This creative event challenged the design students to curate a series of fashionable garments using only Cashmere's luxuriously soft Bathroom Tissue. This year's theme paid homage to Canada 150, by encouraging participants to channel haute couture fashion, in a manner that was reflective of true Canadian style. The designs included a Bathroom Tissue iteration of the iconic Hudson's Bay coat, as well as a Bathroom Tissue garment, that was inspired by Annie Edson Taylor -- the 63 year old widow who successfully barreled over Niagara Falls.
The gorgeously impressive runway show was witnessed by over 275 invited guests, in addition to an elite panel of judges, that consisted of highly regarded industry professionals.