Toronto, ON – On Saturday, October 22, 2016, Northbound Leather presents its 20th Fetish Fashion Show, XXX, and 30th anniversary celebration at The Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne Street, featuring a special guest appearance by renowned Japanese-American Bondage artist, educator and writer Midori. Tickets are now on sale.
XXX, designed by Marty Rotman and produced by Paul Ciantar, will feature a line of 18 original fashion designs, in addition to a retrospective collection of apparel and accessories commemorating Northbound’s 30 years of providing original custom designs. This collection celebrates nightlife, from the exotic to the erotic, including formal attire and high fashion, ready to wear, casual and club wear, to be enjoyed and worn by all fetishists, vanilla to kink and gender independents. The theme of XXX will present looks described as EXPRESSIVE! EXCITING! And EXTREME!
On Saturday, October 29, Northbound Leather will host an exclusive, one day only, shopping day at its retail store, giving guests who attended XXX the first opportunity to purchase or order items from the runway fashion show before they go on sale to the general public. More details to follow on Northbound.com and its Facebook page.
Marty Rotman recently returned to Northbound Leather where he was in-house designer for 19 years. A cutting edge designer, Rotman has worked on a variety of projects throughout his career. He recently worked with Toronto fashion designer Izzy Camilleri on her IZ Adaptive collection of clothing designed for a seated clientele that was launched in 2009.
Paul Ciantar returns as show producer, following producing previous fetish fashion shows, Scandal and Chakra. Ciantar is an actor, model, magazine columnist and fetish/fashion photographer. He is a former Mr. Leatherman Toronto, Canadian Leather Man and a speaker and educator in Toronto’s vibrant leather/fetish/kink community.
Northbound Leather 20th Fetish Fashion Show, XXX, and 30th anniversary celebration - Saturday, October 22, 2016, at The Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne Street,