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Get Ready, Canada! The Most Anticipated Fashion Event of 2024 Is About to Take Toronto by Storm!
TORONTO, ON, Nov 7, 2023 — Prepare for a fashion extravaganza like no other as Dressed to Kilt, (DTK) the world's most prestigious and electrifying Scottish fashion show, makes its historic debut in Canada! Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 6, 2024, because the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) will be the epicentre of unparalleled glamour and Scottish heritage.
Dressed to Kilt is not merely a fashion show; it's an immersive experience that fuses style, culture, MUSIC and history into one unforgettable night. Co-founded by the legendary Sir Sean Connery and the visionary Dr. Geoffrey Scott Carroll, these two Scotsmen have set a standard for fashion shows worldwide. After a sold-out 20th-anniversary show in Washington D.C., DTK is taking its annual celebrity-filled iconic runway across the border for the very first time.
At the heart of this show is charity and philanthropy, well-recognized in the industry. DTK has raised millions for Veteran's causes, earning acclaim. Its partnership with the Navy SEAL Foundation has drawn admiration. Recent shows featured former Navy SEALs turned models. DTK will be raising funds for The Royal Canadian Legion, the largest Veterans organization in Canada, founded by and for Veterans. They advocate for all who served, provide assistance to their families at no cost, and make positive changes in their lives.
Scotland's Impact on Canada
Why Canada, you might ask? The answer lies in the profound and lasting influence of Scotland on Canada's development. Scots have played pivotal roles in shaping this nation from its very inception. From state governance to commerce, Scots-Canadians have been the architects of progress in every sphere. Canada's eminent universities proudly bear the names of Scots who laid the foundations of their excellence. The connection is deep, and it's time to celebrate it in style!
Prepare to be enthralled, as we unveil our grand event at none other than the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). As one of "the most beautiful museums in the world" according to Conde Nast Traveler, the ROM is a dynamic cultural hub in the heart of Toronto. With its rich history and breathtaking architecture, it sets the stage for an evening of opulence and elegance. This isn't just a fashion show; it's a Toronto Met Gala like no other.
Dress Code: "Black Tie or Something Scottish"
Get ready to flaunt your finest black tie attire or embrace your inner Scot with a dash of tartan. Dressed to Kilt invites you to be part of the fashion movement that's taking Toronto by storm!
Join the Revolution!
This isn't just a fashion show; it's a celebration of culture, heritage, and style that will leave you breathless. Don't miss out on what promises to be THE Toronto fashion event of 2024. Whether you're a model, designer, or sponsor, the time to get involved is NOW.
Contact us at FriendsofScotland@igc.org to secure your place in the history-making Dressed to Kilt event in Toronto.
Stay tuned for more exciting updates, and be part of an unforgettable night that will redefine fashion as you know it. Dressed to Kilt is coming to Canada, and it's going to be legendary!
Dressed to Kilt is a global fashion phenomenon that transcends the boundaries of style and culture. Founded by Sir Sean Connery and Dr. Geoffrey Scott Carroll, this iconic event has redefined the fashion landscape, merging the elegance of black-tie attire with the rich history of Scotland. As the world's most prestigious Scottish fashion show, Dressed to Kilt celebrates the fusion of heritage and haute couture. With a legacy of celebrity-filled shows and a commitment to promoting Scottish heritage, Dressed to Kilt has become synonymous with fashion excellence and creativity. For more information and to stay updated on upcoming events, please visit www.dressedtokilt.com. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn & Tik Tok.
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