Sunday, 13 April 2014

Miss Cocotte | Exodus


Whether you have been to a Montreal fashion related event, or you know your way around some of the hippest places to shop in the city, there is a possibility that you have seen the works of Miss Cocotte. 

Known for her use of metal and leatherwork, Josée Gagnon has stirred quite a following with her line of edgy and industrial jewelry made for those searching for just the right amount of punch to stand out of a crowd. Handcrafted and made to order, Miss Cocotte designs range from rings and earrings, to elaborate necklaces and custom confections for those who can imagine slightly outside the (jewelry) box. 

Spring 2014 brings EXODUS, which implements arrowhead motifs playing around new mediums including fringe play. D-CONSTRUCT has a few images from the EXODUS lookbook played out in Montreal's own Huis Clos Bar, giving this shoot a real underground mood. 





Model : Karina Paré 
Photo : Josée Lecompte 
Stylist : Marie-Ève Venne 
MUA : Marilyn Duval 
Hair : Fanny Desbiens


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Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Made in MTL with LAFAILLE + Fashion Preview


With many in Montreal searching for new outlets to broadcast what designers have to offer, this week five designers will be showcasing their Fall 2014 collections under the banner of "Fashion Preview". Organized by Lolli Communications and held at Old Montreal's Centre Phi, Thursday night will be an occasion many have been awaiting for since the closing of Montreal Fashion Week. 

Limited to ticket holders and selected media outlets, Fashion Preview's roster of designers promises not to disappoint as the lineup consists of Joseph Helmer, Elisa C-Rossow with LaLaYeah, Denis Gagnon, Xavier Laruelle, and Pedram Karimi. D-CONSTRUCT is sure to be in attendance, and you can see the night's activities via our Instagram feed, or catch the reviews via Spoiler Magazine Online


Following Fashion Preview, this week Montreal label LAFAILLE will be presenting a Fall 2014 collection entitled "Down the Web-it Hole" at the Atrium de la Maison du Conseil des Arts on Friday night. 

After being one of the finalists at last year's Fashion POP, and leaving a mark within the DYDH Productions show during the summer's FMD 2013, Benjamin Lafaille is expected to deliver another standout performance displaying his innovative usage of textile, and intgration of thematic and color. Again, the LAFAILLE F/W 2014 show can be seen via our Instagram or catch the review on Spoiler Magazine Online.