Alternative Fashion Week 2011: Day Two by Carmen Cheung

The theme for the second night of Alternative Fashion Week was "Natural Occurrences", which the program described as "focus[ing] on the power of nature, sustainability and the use of of natural elements as a dominant influence in the creative process. The night explores nature and sustainability as a leading creative approach to art and design practices." The result was an ecclectic night of green design that included everything from Colleen Booth's sci-fi-tinged collection to Berlin-based designer Julia Knüpfer's fresh take on traditional knits.

Colleen Booth

Nettie Blanche

The Make Den

ica watermelon by Julia Knüpfer 

Mackenzie Jones

Ryerson School of Fashion


Aleksandra Bibic

Our coverage of Day One of Alternative Fashion Week is here.

Photos by Carmen Cheung, Photo Editor of The Little Red Umbrella, Toronto-based freelance photographer and former Photo Editor of SoundProof Magazine. You can find more of her work on her website here and follow her on Twitter (@carmencheung).


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jhon said...

"Alternative Fashion Week 2011: Day Two by Carmen Cheung" takes us back in time, much like the timeless appeal of a pink suede jacket. This article captures the essence of alternative fashion, highlighting unique and creative expressions on the runway. It's a fascinating journey into the world of unconventional style and innovation.

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