L’Oreal Fashion Week Fall 2008: Preloved photo gallery

Mar 27 2008 by
Categories : Fashion

They may have lost their flagship store to the Queen West fire, but Preloved founder Julia Grieve and head designer Peter Friesen, rise from the ashes with their impromptu appearance at fashion week featuring a collection, appropriately dubbed, No Love Lost. With smokey eyes and fire engine red lips, models walked the runway in funky designs constructed from reworked vintage sweaters and suits that were a sexy take on après-ski with an infusion of old-world European charm. Grieve and Friesen took their bows to a standing ovation at the end of the show, as “Burning Down The House” by Tom Jones and The Cardigans blared from the speakers.


Photos by George Pimentel

 
 
 

They may have lost their flagship store to the Queen West fire, but Preloved founder Julia Grieve and head designer Peter Friesen, rise from the ashes with their impromptu appearance at fashion week featuring a collection, appropriately dubbed, No Love Lost. With smokey eyes and fire engine red lips, models walked the runway in funky designs constructed from reworked vintage sweaters and suits that were a sexy take on après-ski with an infusion of old-world European charm. Grieve and Friesen took their bows to a standing ovation at the end of the show, as “Burning Down The House” by Tom Jones and The Cardigans blared from the speakers.

Photos by George Pimentel

 
 
 
 

They may have lost their flagship store to the Queen West fire, but Preloved founder Julia Grieve and head designer Peter Friesen, rise from the ashes with their impromptu appearance at fashion week featuring a collection, appropriately dubbed, No Love Lost. With smokey eyes and fire engine red lips, models walked the runway in funky designs constructed from reworked vintage sweaters and suits that were a sexy take on après-ski with an infusion of old-world European charm. Grieve and Friesen took their bows to a standing ovation at the end of the show, as “Burning Down The House” by Tom Jones and The Cardigans blared from the speakers.

Photos by George Pimentel

 
 
 
 

They may have lost their flagship store to the Queen West fire, but Preloved founder Julia Grieve and head designer Peter Friesen, rise from the ashes with their impromptu appearance at fashion week featuring a collection, appropriately dubbed, No Love Lost. With smokey eyes and fire engine red lips, models walked the runway in funky designs constructed from reworked vintage sweaters and suits that were a sexy take on après-ski with an infusion of old-world European charm. Grieve and Friesen took their bows to a standing ovation at the end of the show, as “Burning Down The House” by Tom Jones and The Cardigans blared from the speakers.

Photos by George Pimentel

 
 
 
 

They may have lost their flagship store to the Queen West fire, but Preloved founder Julia Grieve and head designer Peter Friesen, rise from the ashes with their impromptu appearance at fashion week featuring a collection, appropriately dubbed, No Love Lost. With smokey eyes and fire engine red lips, models walked the runway in funky designs constructed from reworked vintage sweaters and suits that were a sexy take on après-ski with an infusion of old-world European charm. Grieve and Friesen took their bows to a standing ovation at the end of the show, as “Burning Down The House” by Tom Jones and The Cardigans blared from the speakers.

Photos by George Pimentel

 
 
 
 

They may have lost their flagship store to the Queen West fire, but Preloved founder Julia Grieve and head designer Peter Friesen, rise from the ashes with their impromptu appearance at fashion week featuring a collection, appropriately dubbed, No Love Lost. With smokey eyes and fire engine red lips, models walked the runway in funky designs constructed from reworked vintage sweaters and suits that were a sexy take on après-ski with an infusion of old-world European charm. Grieve and Friesen took their bows to a standing ovation at the end of the show, as “Burning Down The House” by Tom Jones and The Cardigans blared from the speakers.

Photos by George Pimentel

 
 

 

They may have lost their flagship store to the Queen West fire, but Preloved founder Julia Grieve and head designer Peter Friesen, rise from the ashes with their impromptu appearance at fashion week featuring a collection, appropriately dubbed, No Love Lost. With smokey eyes and fire engine red lips, models walked the runway in funky designs constructed from reworked vintage sweaters and suits that were a sexy take on après-ski with an infusion of old-world European charm. Grieve and Friesen took their bows to a standing ovation at the end of the show, as “Burning Down The House” by Tom Jones and The Cardigans blared from the speakers.


Photos by George Pimentel

 
 
 

They may have lost their flagship store to the Queen West fire, but Preloved founder Julia Grieve and head designer Peter Friesen, rise from the ashes with their impromptu appearance at fashion week featuring a collection, appropriately dubbed, No Love Lost. With smokey eyes and fire engine red lips, models walked the runway in funky designs constructed from reworked vintage sweaters and suits that were a sexy take on après-ski with an infusion of old-world European charm. Grieve and Friesen took their bows to a standing ovation at the end of the show, as “Burning Down The House” by Tom Jones and The Cardigans blared from the speakers.

Photos by George Pimentel

 
 
 
 

They may have lost their flagship store to the Queen West fire, but Preloved founder Julia Grieve and head designer Peter Friesen, rise from the ashes with their impromptu appearance at fashion week featuring a collection, appropriately dubbed, No Love Lost. With smokey eyes and fire engine red lips, models walked the runway in funky designs constructed from reworked vintage sweaters and suits that were a sexy take on après-ski with an infusion of old-world European charm. Grieve and Friesen took their bows to a standing ovation at the end of the show, as “Burning Down The House” by Tom Jones and The Cardigans blared from the speakers.

Photos by George Pimentel

 
 
 
 
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