By  on November 26, 2008

Even before the lights faded on the last designer show at L’Oréal Fashion Week in Toronto last month, the audience of buyers, media and other industry members were wondering how Canadian fashion will survive in today’s tough economy.

“If anything, Canadian designers are not holding back in the face of economic crisis, but taking the courageous stance to be more creative than ever,” said Robin Kay, president of the Fashion Design Council of Canada, the non-governmental organization that built this national event to promote Canada’s fashion industry.

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