Lomography Canada had the opportunity to go see Sarah Stevenson's fashion show at the LG Fashion Week
in Toronto on Oct 20th 2011!
Sarah Stevenson is a Toronto based fashion and textile designer who creates her own patterns for her designs. Each pattern that Sarah produces are created by hand and printed on the finest natural fabrics.
The Lomography Canada team got the chance to shoot some of the gorgeous collection for the Sarah Stevenson Spring/Summer 2012 collection, with the Diana F+. The fresh organic floral prints shot beautifully with the soft-focus that the Diana surprises for each shot.
Check out the beautiful patterns that were seen at the show. It’s no doubt that Canada’s love for patterns will continue for the new La Sardina Pattern Edition: in our Lomography store!
All of the fabrics and clothing of Sarah Stevenson design are made ethically and sustainably in Canada. Please check out more of her beautiful patterns and designs here on Sarah Stevenson's Website: Check out the cool patterns! LG Fashion Week: in Toronto on Oct 20th 2011!
All photos were shot by our Lomography Canada Team’s Diana F+ Tokyo Rising camera!
The Diana F+ Tokyo Rising was designed to mark the Japanese stop on the Diana World Tour. This limited edition camera has the same features as the original Diana F+ and is a tribute to the Japanese Lomographers who have supported keeping the analogue dream alive. See it with the rest of the Diana Clones here!
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