A Touch of Pink Dress

This project brought together leading Canadian designers to create one-of-a-kind gowns made entirely of toilet paper. The event helped to promote the new line of toilet papers, including the limited-edition Pink Cashmere, Canada’s first coloured bathroom tissue in a decade. Joining the pink wave, where manufacturers colour their product to highlight Breast Cancer Awareness Month, twenty-five cents from the sale support the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. All gowns were exhibited in the HBC flagship windows in Toronto.

See the entire collection here.

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