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June 1st, 2008 | Kate

Fashion and Art Collide in Toronto for “Luminato”


Toronto’s Festival of Arts and Creativity, Luminato, is bringing a touch of fashion and glamour to the already wonderful world of creative expression.

According to their website, this, “international multidisciplinary arts festival,” which, “attracted over one million participants to over 100 events, including 10 world premieres, and 3 Canadian premieres,” last year will be collaborating with join FASHION Magazine, to bring you a freeze frame flash mob on June 7, 2008.

ot only can you watch this urban art installation, you can be a part of it. Inspired by, Frozen Grand Central, the magazine is calling on modern art aficionados and lovers of fabulous spectacles to “strike a pose and be a part of art.”

The rules are simple: show up in at least one of your fabulously white articles of clothing – or even a white blanket – and, “freeze for five minutes in a fashionable pose.”

For more information, visit http://www.fashionmagazine.com/flashm

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