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Aiki District and LillzKillz at Vancouver Fashion Week S/S18

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09.2017

Vancouver Fashion Week returned September 18th and we’ve already witnessed breathtaking designs for Spring/Summer 2018. From rising new models on the runway to jaw-dropping upcoming fashion trends, VFW is off to an amazing start!

Aiki District

John Casablancas Institute’s Fashion Director Maneli Nourbakhsh co-founded Vancouver based women’s clothing line: Aiki District, which took the runway on opening day.

Founders of Aiki District: Maneli Nourbakhsh (left) and Anahita Faghih (right) with model

Aiki District’s s/s18 contemporary line brought visual joy to the crowd at Vancouver Fashion Week. From sheer neutrals to bold red pieces, this collection left us dreaming of warm spring nights.

Profanity by Lillzkillz

With vibrant and fun new trends, JCI Fashion Business and Arts and Core Design graduate Lillea Goian, lit up the runway on day two at fashion week. A huge congratulations goes out to Lillea on winning the Nancy Mak Award, presented by the founder of Vancouver Fashion Week, Jamal Abdourahman.

Lillea’s clothing line Profanity has received a lot of attention this year, especially when teen celebrity and artist Noah Cyrus wore a Profanity hoodie at her show in Bethlehem. There was no denying that Lillkillz was born to do this!

Keep up with JCI Alumni, Lillea Goian, on Instagram and catch her in Tokyo on October 20th for Fashion Week!

Catch John Casablancas Institute’s Core Design Program students: Jillian Isabel and Martha Pandelo, who open the show on Vancouver Fashion Week’s final day: September 24th at 5:00 pm. Also, don’t forget to enter in the JCIXVFW contest for your chance to win a $500 gift card to Nordstrom!


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