Unique White Cashmere Collection 2014

Spotlights Canada’s Next Generation Designers

Stephanie Lanari, PR Consultant - Strategic Objectives

The future of Canadian fashion took the spotlight at the eleventh annual White Cashmere Collection™ starring 15 rising design stars from across Canada as they support the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF) in their vision of a future without breast cancer.
Unique in the world, and the first and only fashion collection entirely crafted in pure, soft and luxurious sheets of Cashmere Bathroom Tissue – Canada’s bestselling brand – The White Cashmere Collection has showcased more than 125 Canadian designers since its runway debut in 2004.
The eagerly anticipated Cashmere BT Couture Collection 2014 takes a bold look forward and features 15 emerging talents on the Canadian fashion scene, all nominated by famed Canadian designers and past contributors to the collection.
The world-famous, one-of-a-kind collection includes a spectacular runway show that took place on September 30, 2014 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and a portfolio of high-fashion Cashmere BT Couture Photos. This year’s cast of 15 Canadian emerging design stars were all nominated by the collection’s past designers. They include:

Hilary MacMillan, Nominated by Lucian Matis
Sarah Nicol, Nominated by Izzy Camilleri
Evan Clayton, Nominated by David Jack
Lise Godel, Nominated by David Dunkley
Eugene Paunil, Nominated by Christopher Paunil
Franciska Veress, Nominated by Rita Tesolin
Martin Lim, Nominated by Philippe Dubuc
Alejandro Mendoza, Nominated by Nadya Toto
Alan Ta, Nominated by Suhaila Niazi
Ðuc C Nguyên, Nominated by Joseph Helmer
Elysé Désinor, Nominated by Luko Marion
Ken Chow, Nominated by Sunny Fong
Pedram Karimi, Nominated by Marie Saint Pierre
Myles Sexton, Nominated by Caitlin Power
Sarah Stevenson, Nominated by Farley Chatto.


A FUND- AND AWARENESS-RAISER FOR WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES AFFECTED BY BREAST CANCER, the White Cashmere Collection highlights the brand’s ongoing commitment to CBCF.
Funds donated support the most innovative breast cancer research projects, breast health education and advocacy initiatives to support women and their families affected by the disease. Funds raised support innovative research, health education and advocacy programs that aim to reduce the incidence of breast cancer, lower mortality rates and support women who have experienced breast cancer and their families.
“The White Cashmere Collection is a true showcase for Canada’s best design talent and this year, we are honored to shine a spotlight on our country’s future generation of design trendsetters,” says Nancy Marcus, Corporate Vice President, Consumer Marketing at Kruger Products, proud producer of Cashmere. “The White Cashmere Collection is one of the world’s longest running, most successful Corporate Social Responsibility programs. We are so proud to unite Canada’s fashion community with our one-of-a-kind collection that reveals inspiring stories of strength and hope from women who have experienced breast cancer and delivers social good for a cause that is so important to us.”


“CANADIAN BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION IS EXTREMELY GRATEFUL FOR THE INCREDIBLE COMMITMENT AND SUPPORT OF KRUGER PRODUCTS. Over the last 10 years, Kruger has made a significant contribution to the breast cancer cause enabling research, education and advocacy initiatives that are making a difference in the lives of women and their families experiencing a breast cancer diagnosis,” says Sandra Palmaro, CEO of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. “Through the White Cashmere Collection and limited-edition Pink Embossed Cashmere, Kruger continues to demonstrate their commitment and support to creating a future without breast cancer.”


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Stephanie Lanari, Strategic Objectives
+1 416.366.7735 ext. 224

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