An image of Gundula Hirn, Fashion Designer, Nanaimo, BC Canada

Gundula Hirn, Nanaimo-based fashion designer, to debut Dentelle et soie bridal collection at Vancouver Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020

August 6, 2019

October 7 – 13, 2019, Vancouver, Canada – Recent Visual College of Art & Design of Vancouver (VCAD) graduate, Gundula Hirn, will be presenting her captivating new bridal collection at Vancouver Fashion Week (VFW) for the S/S 2020 Season. Dentelle et soie, created under the Gundula Couture label, will showcase a selection of fashion-forward bridal looks featuring unique lines, dreamy silhouettes, and edgy formals

Vancouver Fashion Week is the fastest growing fashion week in the world and the only industry event that actively seeks out to showcase international award-winning designers from over 25 global fashion capitals. Since its inception 18 years ago, VFW has operated with a firm belief in being a well-grounded local initiative with global instincts and intuition

“At Vancouver Fashion Week, diversity really is our greatest strength. We bring together the most incredible design talent from across Canada and around the world, presenting the most forward-thinking creative concepts to the industry. Fashion is a truly global phenomenon and it’s so inspiring to see such a strong mix of designers all under one roof here in Vancouver.” says Jamal Abdourahman, producer and founder of Vancouver Fashion Week

Hirn’s, Dentelle et soie collection will feature an exquisite selection of gowns, corsetry, and multi-piece ensembles, constructed from Rosalind satin and silk, an impressive array of lace overlays, and stunning embellishments.

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