ATOMS OF FASHION 2017

FEATURED DESIGNERS

Rhonique Ballantyne

@rhoniqueb

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Yaser & Mayasa Co.

@yasmastex

Ambition by Ashley Marie

@ambitionbyashleymarie

Styled By Mr. Adomako

@mr_adomako

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Revival + Survival

@queeniejayne

The Wifey Collection

@malika_mola

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Sebastian Styles

@_sebastianstyles

 
 

ATOMS OF FASHION

FEATURED ARTISTS


@forstel_art

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@forstel_art

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@forstel_art


Grace Miah

Grace is a recent University in women studies and theatre from the University of Ottawa. She has been sketching and using colour crayons from earlier on in life and art seems to be the only thing that brings serenity around her. She started painting about 5 years ago and have not looked back. Grace main medium is acrylic on canvas.

@kat_cee

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@kat_cee

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@kat_cee


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Katrina Canedo

Katrina Canedo attended Seneca College for Independent Illustration where she honed her skills in both digital and traditional disciplines. She specializes in painting and illustrative work. She hopes to see the rest of the world and be able to share her work with people around the globe. With an eye for artistic adventures, Katrina is also open to work with other various medium and is always up for a challenge. 

@nanabediako

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@nanabediako

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@nanabediako


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Nana Bediako

Through his work, Bediako attempts to put on display all aspects of high fashion and the International fashion industry. His themes include glamour and beauty, as well as the ugly, unseen, and consumerist aspects of fashion. His paintings are meticulously executed and based off of collages that the artist himself collected and assembled from International fashion magazines. Bediako’s paintings are not portraits; rather the figures in his paintings are ambiguous and representational and are aimed at making the viewer question the role and position of the fashion industry.