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Fall Winter 2018

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Electric colors, illuminated and reinvented by the reflections of lamé. Patterns and patches with movement. Combinations of squares, rectangles, stripes, space-dyes, micro-and-macro zigzags that have been tilted, inverted, staggered, embossed and fringed. Knitted fragments that coexist while realigning themselves into new forms and embellishments that weave a sumptuous kaleidoscopic mosaic; a cut-and-paste of folk and funky moods, monochromatic and multicolored hues, patchwork and deco painting, high- tech and handmade.

Interactions of various shapes and motifs. Smooth, embossed and pleated textures define linear, narrow and flared forms. Long overcoats and patchwork dresses. Strapless and slip-style designs. Maxi skirts and flowing trousers that cover the ankle or expose the calf. Round-necked sweaters with extra-longsleeves. Micro gilets. Warm oversized pullovers and cardigans. Safari jackets and sleeveless boleros with fur-stitch hems. Fringed mini dresses in knitted patchwork and coats in shaved mink showcasing abstract intarsia patterns and vibrant colors. Life is given to variegated compositions that are as unexpected, kaleidoscopic and spectacular as those found in paintings.

Artfully crafted outfits are completed by socks or knee-highs in monochrome lamé. Large hoop earrings in gilded metal or crochet fabric. Hand-knitted tube scarves with naïve intarsia designs and colors. Shawls trimmed in long fringe. Flat calfskin sandals with uppers made from bundles of thin laces or in suede with triangular uppers and a high or platform heel.


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Julie Shum

Yoga & Figure Skating


Canada's Julie Shum is an experienced traveler. She has traveled through four of the seven continents, with hopes to visit them all. Her travel has ranged from luxury trips to backpacking, and she has traveled extensively through China, "specifically to explore my heritage and culture," she explains. Julie's thirst for travel was further fueled when her brother was affected by a disease that left him paralyzed, "He used to love to explore destinations that are off the beaten path. Since he couldn't continue to do so, I now carry on that desire to go to places that are inaccessible to him and share those experiences with him when I return home.

Julie has worked as a project manager at a computer hardware manufacturer in Toronto, consulting on supply chain and logistics strategies for Fortune 500 companies. She is also the owner of a backpack and travel gear company. "The goal of my company is to promote adventure travel, global volunteerism and contribute to charities," she explains. "My company currently supports the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada and a Canadian-based NGO dedicated to international youth development." Julie returns to her fifth 4 Deserts event at the Sahara Race (Namibia) 2016 after working on the volunteer team at the Gobi March (China) 2011 and 2015, Atacama Crossing (Chile) 2012 and RacingThePlanet: Madagascar 2014.