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TORONTO’S THE NURSERY RELEASE NEW EP PACKED WITH DYNAMIC AND AMBITIOUS SYNTH-POP COMPOSITIONS

Toronto, ON, Canada, 2016-Jul-28 — /EPR ENTERTAINMENT NEWS/ — Toronto’s synth-pop foursome The Nursery are back with a new EP entitled Digital Ashes. Recorded in a converted monastery in Buffalo, NY by Justin Rose (James Taylor, Lil’ Wayne), the dramatic space left its mark on the tracks.

Chartattack.com has been streaming the EP, describing the sound as “big and glossy, 3D-modelled, rose quartz and serene-colored pop music”.

The band recently released a video for the title track, Digital Ashes, exploring the paradoxical fragility of digital data through dizzying glitch sequences, post-internet visuals and virtual reality.

They will be touring this fall in support of the EP before releasing their debut full-length LP.

Stream: https://soundcloud.com/thenursery/sets/digital-ashes-ep

EPK: http://www.thisisthenursery.com/epk

Contact-Details: Genevieve Blais
Blais Marketing
416.389.5181
gblais@thisisthenursery.com

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Toronto Fashion Week – Models from Orange Model Management presented designer Eva Chen’s fall 2012 collection

Models from Orange Model Management presented the fabulous fall 2012 collection of fashion designer Eva Chen at the Toronto Fashion Week. The show was terrific and was aired on Fashion TV and covered by all major print media like Elle Canada, Fashion Magazine, Toronto Star, National Post and Metro news.

ABOUT EVA CHEN

Eva Chen grew up in an artistic family. She has studied Erhu (Chinese traditional music instrument), singing, dancing and drawing since she was six years old. This has nurtured her creativity giving her a keen sense for design and a strong eye for fashion.

Eva worked as a fashion designer for the collections in several countries including the United States, Singapore and China.

For more information please visit http://www.evachen.co

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About Orange Model Management Inc.
Orange Model Management Inc., is a Canadian based full-service agency with offices in Toronto and Montreal that represents male and female models and actors between the ages of 3 to 70. Founded in 2005 Orange Models has established itself as one of Canada’s most prestigious modeling and acting agency.

For more information please visit http://www.orangemodels.ca or call 416-977-6664 you could also view our recent jobs at http://orangemodels.wordpress.com

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ICON Model Management, Toronto’s Top Modelling and Acting Agency

Leading fashion houses and prominent corporations have chosen Toronto’s Icon Model Management. From its offices in Toronto’s Fashion District, the company has worked with groups including FLARE Canada, FDCC (Fashion Design Council of Canada), Mavi Jeans, and many more..

ICON Model Management, Toronto's Top Modelling and Acting Agency

Icon Model Management is deeply familiar with the fashion, print, runway, and television sectors. To ensure a lasting relationship with its clients, Icon Model Management provides its clients with only the very best talent. An abbreviated roster of Icon Model Management’s models and actors is available through the company’s website, www.iconmodels.ca; potential clients can also review a selection of recent campaigns featuring Icon Model Management talent.

Moreover, Icon Model Management remains committed to supporting its talent and selecting only the best career opportunities. Icon Model Management’s veteran scouts and managers provide new models with everything necessary for their professional development. Established models who choose to work with Icon Model Management gain access to an unparalleled network of potential clients and cross-industry bookings.

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Icon Models in Toronto L’Oreal Fashion Week

Icon Models in Toronto L’Oreal Fashion Week. Native Vancouver designer Carlie Wong impressed the Toronto public with her astonishing collection in the L’Oreal Fashion Week Spring / Summer 2009. The famous Project Runway Canada contestant is described as “a spirited intelligence, a jazzy confidence, and elegant mix of time-slowing classical beauty with a touch of smoky glam” by CTV. Wong’s collection had a distinct vibe that blends in girly glamour with street-chic.

Carlie Wong’s fittings took place at Icon Models in Toronto. In her quest to perfection, Carlie Wong took charge to ensure all her garments blended seamlessly and the models’ walks flawless. On the day of the show, “Carlie’s models charged down the runway with sure-footed independence, sliding hand along hips with relaxed shoulders and eyes that surveyed the lines of watchers around. There were no blank stares, not robotic statuettes, the models were alive,” -CTV

“My Spring / Summer 2009 collection is all about bringing quality construction, attention to detail and luxurious piece to the fashion world,” says designer Carlie Wong. With sharp edges and structured tailoring mix with her palette of colour including black, white grey and silvery blue contributed to achieving the”Glamorous Gangster” look she was striving for. The first look was her “must have” for Spring 09- the jumpsuit; which was a combination of a sharp wide-legged bottom, topped with a men’s waistcoat. The garment was followed by gowns and dresses that created flattering silhouettes through draping silks and plunging yet narrow necklines. The finale dress which is Carlie Wong’s favorite item in her collection is “a dramatic, heavily detailed and beaded black silk gown. It would be a custom dress that would probably sell for $10,000”-The Star. Integrating these elements together helped illustrate Carlie Wong’s design vision- feminine, sophistication and luxurious. The collection also alternated between masculine and feminine tailoring, featuring high-waited trousers paired with a ruffle black halter and tightly draped Grecian style jersey gown.

Wong’s collection was breath taking; she used the most engaging way to present the curves of modern women. Her creativity combined with her sponsor LG mobile stunned the audiences further. Technology inspired chained PDAs, mobiles as pendants and charmed bracelets were a substitute of jewelery and clutches. This was defiantly an exceptional show during this year’s fashion week.

For more information, please review the March 09 issue of Flare Magazine.

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