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Wearable arts produces winners

Outfits from the 2013 Wearable Arts Awards, shown last Saturday and Sunday at Port Moody city hall. - DARLA FURLANI PHOTOGRAPHY
Outfits from the 2013 Wearable Arts Awards, shown last Saturday and Sunday at Port Moody city hall.
— image credit: DARLA FURLANI PHOTOGRAPHY

The 10th Wearable Art Awards last weekend saw nearly 70 colourful and creative garments paraded down the catwalk at Port Moody city hall.

Entries came from as far afield as Australia and Europe, with winners clinching titles and cash prizes.

To view the outfits, visit the Port Moody Arts Centre after Feb. 23 (while you’re there, you can vote for the People’s Choice winner).

Photos by Darla Furlani Photography

 

 

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