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Toilet Paper goes Couture: Cdn Cashmere Collection

September 22nd, 2008 | posted by Rachel S | Posted in News



Designs by (top left) Thien Le | Ula Zukowska | Evan Biddell | David Dixon

Designer Evan Biddell was on Breakfast Television this week showing off his delicate couture Cashmere gown, as part of Cashmere bathroom tissue’s Fifth Annual White Cashmere Collection – an endeavour where leading Canadian designers create one-of-a-kind gowns made entirely of toilet paper. Other designers involved include: Arthur Mendonça, David Dixon, Joeffer Caoc, Comrags, Lucian Matis, Thien Le and Ula Zukowska.

This year’s collection also includes new, limited-edition Pink Cashmere, Canada’s first coloured bathroom tissue in a decade. Twenty-five cents from the sale of every package will go to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

The White Cashmere Collection 2008: A Touch of Pink will go on public display in The Bay’s Toronto flagship store windows at Yonge and Richmond Street, for three weeks, starting October 3, as part of the national retailer’s October Breast Cancer Awareness Month activities.

or check out the photos and sketches at http://www.cashmere.ca/wcc/2008/index.php.

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