Friday, April 29, 2011
Monday, April 25, 2011
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Saturday, April 16, 2011
Freedom_CC is at the Green Living Show booth #118 down at the Direct Energy Centre Exhibition place this weekend - April 15,16 & 17.
Our booth, we believe, is our best effort and setup to date. Thanks in large part to Poppyseedliving - to die for furniture and home decor items, Rae designs - stunning accessories and gift sets, Kali Clothing - Lyocell at it's absolute finest, Muttonhead Collective - a collective energy that captures the best in unisex garments and all the rest of our lovely designers.
So we didn't quite get the media coverage we hoped for but we thought we'd share the images we took with you anyway! It was a great last min effort, very entertaining, and we would love to give a shout out to Claire (our wicked photographer) and Kyla (our stunning model) for jumping to our aid VERY last min.
Let us know what you think!
Saturday, April 9, 2011
Are you a proud Freedom customer? You can win two tickets to the Green Living Show if you share with us and our readers how much you LOVE your recent purchase at Freedom via our Facebook page or Twitter -- mentioning us in your tweet and the hashtag #greenlivingshow of course!
Want some extra points?
- +5 for posting a photo of you with your Freedom item!
- +1 if you post on both twitter and facebook
- +1 for each time your tweet is retweeted
We have two sets of tickets available! They will be given out to whoever has the most points by Friday, April 15th at midnight!
Go on, make some virtual noise!
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
April 8th – May 3rd
Friday, April 8th at 8 pm
Live music by Jason Poisson at 8.30 pm
“Whether it is someone I know, sleeping in front of me or a stranger before me on the train, I sometimes see characters I feel the urge to capture.” - Naz Rahbar
This exhibition is a collection of visual documentations of human and animal personalities that together illustrate the journey we undertake to discover ourselves. These artists contextualize both real and imagined personalities within identities of other species, reactions to environmental factors, archetypal narratives, and surrounding landscapes. Just like how we attain meaning through establishing context, the works of these artists seek meaning in personal identity in their relation to outside factors.
Repost from Gallery blog.
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Monday, April 4, 2011
Of all the runways I had a chance to attend at LG Fashion Week, it seems quite fitting that the only one I could see was Amanda Lew Kee on Friday April 1st. Sitting in the “reserved media” section, and representing Freedom Clothing Collective, an organization that thrives on creative innovation, environmental and social responsibility was a good match for Lew Kee’s runway. Although I’m not certain on the sustainability of her collection, one thing was certain - she had a story to tell about the many environmental issues our planet seems to be facing everyday. Lew Kee’s designs for the most part were black fabrics, from shear to velvet, and fun gold zippers. She used other fabrics to represent oil, fire, and water- elements which have caused and continue to cause great problems all around the globe. It was a great opportunity to see Lew Kee’s vision, and promising that such an admired young designer would want to focus her viewers attention on more than just clothing.
- by Kyla and Darci
The opening celebration for In Between Dreams by the lovely Patricia and Mark of Polygun Collective was a blast. Thanks to everyone who showed their support!!
Prints from the In Between Dreams series are still available for purchase via our online store.
For more, please visit our flickr page...here.