Mode + Design Festival is back for its 22nd edition from August 25 to 28, 2022 – Urban Bible

The Mode + Design Festival is back in effect for its 22nd edition, which runs from August 25 to 28 at the Place des festivals in downtown Montreal and will highlight fashion, music, art, design and dance. ! Always very popular, the Festival will once again display its area in pop-up mode that welcomes thousands of people, with exclusive offers from about forty companies. lifestyle from here and Quebec designers.

The catwalks of different brands will bring to life the clothes and accessories presented throughout the festival. Several areas of the festival experience will be created, including spaces chilly where to drink a drink and eat through food trucks, thus creating a maximum atmosphere.

Free artistic performances created by young artists of the year will be unveiled over the summer. Mode + Design Festival is the perfect opportunity to wear your most extravagant outfits in #DRESSTOEXPRESS mode and spend a good time discovering new local stylists, artists and brands!

“In addition to programming that combines music, art, design and dance, the Mode + Design Festival is an opportunity to discover a large number of local brands for Montrealists and tourists, brought together, in the open air, in festive fashion. Unforgettable events and unique opportunities to personally meet many creative people and their work that are the color of our environment. ” – Jean-François Daviau, founder of the Fashion + Design Festival

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More than forty brands lifestyle and designers from here will be on hand to offer an outdoor shopping experience, exclusive collections and promotions during the 22nd edition of the festival. Four days of immersive discoveries in the universe of various creators await festival attendees from 25 to 28 August.

Discover Quebec’s innovative artisans to be celebrated under the themes of diversity, creativity and originality throughout the Mode + Design Festival 2022:

Hoaka swimsuit

Hoaka is a swimwear brand in Quebec that has grown steadily since its inception in 2016. Founded by Quebec influencer Elizabeth Rioux, its mission is to develop its brand by adapting it to new social realities and environmental.

FJ-Ora

FJ Watches, founded by Frédérick Robichaud, known for his participation in Dual profession, offers products for all tastes, from timeless classics to designs that stand out for their originality, uniqueness and minimalist look. However, all their products have one thing in common: a fair price for everyone. But FJ Watches is so much more than watches and accessories. Every year, the brand vows to support a cause close to their heart.

Tamelo

Born and settled in Montreal, Tamélo pays homage to popular culture icons from the 1970s to the present, with a touch of humor and meekness. Through their creations, Tamélo wants to make people smile and share their good humor with clothes that are as comfortable as fun to wear.

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Bkind’s goal is to promote the power of plants through quality body products, made from natural ingredients, respecting everything around us. Bkind products are always vegan, environmentally friendly and suitable for the most sensitive skin.

Also in the pop-ups area, local brands for all tastes: Créations Fervido, Twenty Compass, Atelier SYP, SarahBijoux, FDG Design, Pixie Woo, Kraywoods, Bertrand LaLigne, Daily Story, Alter Sole, Bromance, Ken & Jame, Tipou Bébé , Truand Truand, Little Yogi, Oycee, Valérie C Design, La Pimbêche, Out of The, Coast 95, Toulousely, Alowa Apparel, Balance Activewear, Marc Alexandrin x Dorsali, Lachapelle Atelier, Mamé, LilUnderwear, Another Land Nearby, Selv La Natura Casa, Moonday, Mathilde Poterie, Dried Flowers and many more.

To learn all the details and names of the artisans and stylists present in this 22nd edition, go to www.festivalmodedesign.com.

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