For the second year in a row, Toronto Life Magazine as included Cabaret Vintage in their Wedding Guide! We are honored to be included and you can get your copy of this special edition on newstands right now.
We are huge fans of Style Me Pretty, and are especially proud that one of our Cabaret Brides, Katie has been featured in their profile of a lovely Stratford, Ontario wedding. Our Cabaret Soiree Dress is featured on the bride and Simple Photo has created a lovely collection of memories of their special day, check out the entire gallery on Style Me Pretty. It has been such a joy for the last year seeing our line of Cabaret Dresses take on a life of their own. From their inception to these individual pieces leaving the store, its wonderful to see where they end up and how they have become part of so many lives and special events. We are so happy to have helped so many beautiful brides this year.
Cabaret Vintage was proud to provide cocktail dresses, accessories, and wedding gowns for the event Burlesque Baby. Check out the blog Boys and Heels for more images from this runway event.
Portrait of a Vintage Cocktail Bride by The Caketress, Rowell Photography and Cabaret
A short while ago The Caketress, Lori Hutchinson had the wonderful idea of a photo shoot at Cabaret with two of her incredible cakes that were inspired by The Cabaret Collection Dresses. We were very excited and jumped at the opportunity. We had the pleasure of having Rowell Photography visit the store and take this fantastic photo-story of a ‘Cocktail Bride’ with The Caketress creations . The beautiful Nancy Ghurman models two of our Cabaret Collection dresses (The Bubble Dress and The Truffle Dress) and poses with the inspired cakes designed and made by The Caketress, Lori Hutchinson.
We love you and your art Lori. Thanks to all of you for this collaboration!
Photos by: http://rowellphoto.com
Model : Nancy Ghuman
Pictured directly above is camera shy (this is as close as I was able to get to her with a lense) photographer, Sara Angelucci at the opening of her exhibit Regular 8 at the Wynick/Tuck Gallery in the 401 Richmond Centre. Sara’s exhibit is part of the Contact 2009 festival continuing till May 30.
When Sara came to us at Cabaret months ago looking for vintage fashions for her models we were only happy to help her. Regular 8 is done in a style which looks like a blown up image of super 8 film depiciting a variety of scenes of life in some magical time between the 1940s to 60s. From pinned updos and wingtip shoes, each model has each vintage detail in place as the camera captures them at weddings, out with friends at a swanky bar for cocktails, or lovingly sharing a priviate moment with a child.
Its a show that you shouldn’t miss. Check out Regular 8 before you miss it.
Exhibit: Regular 8, Wynick/Tuck Gallery, North Gallery Space. Opening May 9, 2–5 p.m.; May 9 to 30