Monday, April 24, 2006

Worn Fashion Journal #2 launch

In addition to theLickety Split 3 launch

Launch reception for WORN Fashion Journal and CVP: Trial 2
Curated by Clayton Evans

An evening of new fashion creations, publications, music and treats. The reception marks the launch of the second issue of WORN Fashion Journal and the Consistent Variable Project: Trial 2 (CVP: Trial 2) – a mail-art kit and online exhibition. Come on out in your hottest dancing shoes and sharpest threads to meet WORN’s editor, CVP: Trial 2’s curator, and many local designers and artists. Doors open at 9pm at Club Lambi. Vintage vinyl will be served up for you to dance the night away. This event is hosted by - Canada’s online arts community.

WHERE: Club Lambi, 4465 St. Laurent Montréal, QC
WHEN: Thursday, April 27, 2006, 9pm-3am, Fashion Show, 11:30pm
WHO: WORN Fashion Journal, Bias Montreal and

CVP:Trial 2
Clayton Evans is a Montreal based designer, curator of CVP:Trial: 2, and
co-founder of Bias,a network that aims to build a supportive, creative
community where designers can interact with artists from different
disciplines, encouraging the open exchange of skills and ideas. This
winter, in partnership with, Canada’s online arts
community, Evan’s mailed 13 identical, CVP:Trial 2 kits containing a
limited selection of materials to emerging artists across Canada. See the
unique and compelling collection, created by the artists that tackled the
month-long design challenge, live in Montreal for one night only and
online at:

CVP:Trial 2 Artists
Mathias Archambault (Montréal), Agathe Bodineau (Montréal), Lenny-Pier
Bovin (Montréal), Julie Clark (Montréal), Steven Dam (Toronto), Brette
Gabel (Regina), Jessica Ann Godley (Vancouver), Elaine Ho (Montréal),
Francois LaLumiere (Montréal), Melissa Matos (Brossard), Noor Salma
Merali (Copper Cliff), Zeesy Powers (Toronto), Colin Seymour (Halifax)

Worn Fashion Journal
Montreal publication WORN explores and celebrates unconventional and idiosyncratic fashion from all eras. Highlights of issue 2 include an in-depth history of the bustline, a fashion shoot in a room full of pipe cleaners along with Worn’s trademark clothing haikus and streeter fashion finds.

Bias Montreal
Clayton Evans, a Montreal-based designer, curator, and founder of Bias Montreal network, mailed 13 identical kits containing a limited selection of materials to emerging artists across Canada last winter. See the unique and compelling collection created by the artists as they tackled a month-long design challenge. The Bias Montreal network aims to create a supportive and non-competitive arena where designers interact with artists from different disciplines to encourage the open exchange of skills and ideas.

www.terminus1525 is a national online art community funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage and administered by the Canada Council for the Arts and zinc Roe design.

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