April 24, 2014 2:14 pm

Toronto’s Starkers Corsetry shows sci-fi inspired line at FAT 2014  

Tues. April 22, 2014: Starkers Corsetry sent a troop of models down the FAT 2014 runway, outfitted in wares with a decidedly tech-minded edge.

Jonathan M. Hooper

TORONTO – Starkers Corsetry sent a troop of models down the runway at Regent Park’s Daniels Spectrum, outfitted in wares with a decidedly tech-minded edge.

Corsetiere Dianna DiNoble – a mainstay of Toronto’s fashion scene for the past two decades – latest collection at Fashion Art Toronto [FAT] 2014 showcased the tension between nature and technology.

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The custom-crafted corseted gowns, in a palette of black and white, incorporated textures from nature and the animal kingdom as well as 3D printing.

Scroll down to see photos from the Starkers Corsetry show.

DiNoble’s Tuesday night show was part of FAT 2014’s subtheme of Earth vs. Industry.

Now in its ninth year, FAT 2014 – themed INFASHION/UNFASHION – is showcasing collections that draw on opposing values in the art and fashion worlds; masculine vs. feminine, minimalist vs. extreme, cult vs. culture.

FAT 2014 runs from Tues. April 22 to Sat. April 26, 2014.

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