Sally Sandusky has lots to be proud of this week! Not only did her knitwear collection Omeme show at Vancouver Fashion Week for the second time – she also participated in the St Paul’s “Brilliant” fundraiser. The event raised 1.5 million dollars in support of mental health and addiction. We are extremely proud of Sally for being a part of the such a successful evening!
She had always dreamed of working in Fashion, and after attending John Casablancas Institute for our Fashion Business and Creative Arts program, was inspired to become a knitwear designer. Sally created her first knit collection for her graduation fashion show in 2012 and has been going strong ever since! She was even featured in Amazing Canadian Fashion Magazine earlier this year.
Sally’s show was on the final day of VFWSS17, and it was a joy to watch.  Before her models walked the runway, we were surprised with a beautiful dance tribute that had the audience captivated. You’ll want to check out our favourite photos (taken by Dale Rollings) below if you missed it! Congratulations on another amazing runway show.
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