From lingerie to accessories to gowns; this event had all of it! This year’s White Cashmere Collection featured various wedding dresses and accessories designed by many talented designers. All the work by the designers’ was crafted in Cashmere Bathroom Tissue.
This year was the 12th annual fashion show for the White Cashmere Collection. The event is held every year in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation and wedding trend expert, Jessica Mulroney, curated this year’s show. The show was hosted by CTV CANADA AM co-host Beverly Thompson, who herself is a cancer survivor.
The event showcased designs from 15 top Canadian bridal designers. These gowns took many hours to make, one of the designers actually spent over 300 hours on making the showstopper wedding dress!!
The event highlights Cashmere Bathroom Tissue’s ongoing commitment to help end breast cancer. The event helps kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month and brings forth the limited edition Cashmere, which is in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Twenty-five cents from each package that is sold goes directly to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
In addition to this initiative, Canadians are also invited to vote online in the Vote Couture for the Cure initiative for their favourite bridal couture. Cashmere will donate one-dollar for every vote that is made, up to $10,000 towards the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. You can vote at: www.Facebook.com/Cashmere. Voters will be entered in a draw to win a Kleinfield Hudson’s Bay wedding dress valued at $5,000.
Here’s a look into the show and the dresses that were featured on the runway.