The launch of the inaugural issue of Canadian Fabric Magazine was hosted by a new foundation called House of Forward Foundation (HOFF) led by Suzanne Rogers, Sylvia Mantella and Brittney Kuczynski. The black-tie evening at the Royal Ontario Museum to celebrate this new launch was called “Le Grand Bal“.

Canadian Fabric magazine is a new annual publication with national distribution celebrating ideas, people, and themes around the “Cultural Yearbook of Canada” in the areas of fashion, business and culture. Canadian Fabric magazine will be distributed at Chapters/Indigo and select high-end retailers.

Members from this busy foundation are also involved in the inaugural Canadian Arts & Fashion Awards gala to be held on February 1st, 2014.

For more info visit www.canadianfabric.com

Check out the video of the Canadian Fabric magazine launch by CityNews

Photos from Le Grand Bal:

ABOUT OOLAGEN
Oolagen is an accredited mental health centre helping Toronto youth and their families. Highly-respected for the work it does, Oolagen serves as a University of Toronto teaching facility and is long-term partners with the Toronto District School Board, the Children’s Aid Society, Catholic Children’s Aid, Ministry of Children and Youth Services, as well as other children’s mental health agencies and community groups.

For more information visit www.oolagen.org

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