Fashionista's mark your calendars, this is a MUST DO event!
It doesn't get better than this, close to 50 vendors have been selected to showcase their fashion related products at the first annual Fashion Accessories Show & Sale taking place in Barrie at Tangle Creek Golf & Country Club, March 9 & 10, 2013.
Not only will this be an epic shopping event but those visiting on Saturday, March 9 will have the opportunity to see the Queen of Fashion herself, Cityline Expert Lynn Spence. JoinLynn as she shows off her ‘favourite finds’ and lets us know what’s hot and what’s not this spring.
While shopping and having a great time with the girls be sure to take time out for a leisurely lunch, Tangle Creek's head Chef will be on-hand ensuring only the best is served, definitely not your traditional ‘show’ food here
Throughout the two days of the event, visitors will be treated to‘Revolving Fashion Shows’ produced by Sandra Roberts, Publisher of PIE Magazine. Sandra has designed a unique experience that will include the use of ‘Mannequin Models’ outfitted in fashions and accessories that can be found on the show floor.
The selection of exhibitors and their products is exceptional; visitors will find exclusive lines like Pink Pineapple, Kiel Patrick, Jude Connally and Tyler Boe only available in Canadathrough Port Sandfields’The Upper Loft. Metal Luscious, a local artisan, will be showcasing her bracelet which was commissioned by Ellen DeGeneres along with her other spectacular pieces. Those looking for something more casual will enjoy cottage wear from Muskoka based Baggy Pants. Who knew that stones from Georgian Bay could be turned into spectacular pieces of wearable art by another local artisan, Bella Grey. FromTitikaActive wearto handmade boots fromTurkey, this fashion forward event is the place to be this weekend.
The ‘I Love Me Club’ is a non-profit organization that wants to make sure that girls and boys of all ages know they matter and that they can make a difference in their community.Mackenzie Oliver, the clubs founder, will be at the show raising funds for their up-coming trip to Africa by selling t-shirts and jewellery. Mackenzie started the club because when she was in grade 3 friends of hers thought that they were fat. Mackenzie’s mom told her that it did not matter what other people thought of them as long as they loved themselves first.
Shopping, lunching and fashion shows, really, does it any get better than that? There’s even an on-site shuttle provided by Douglas Ford Lincoln, no need to carry all those parcels to the car! Experience the Fashion Accessories Show & Sale; you'll be glad you did!