Last Thursday (I know, my posts are late, shhh) Parkdale’s Neubacher Shor Gallery was the hot spot where a sneak peek of the latest collection from Cat Women’s Footwear for spring/summer 2013 debuted.
Naturally, drinks and great shoes were simply all over the place but holy balls, this little outing was a legitimate party.
Put on by Elevator Communications (so aka my guuuurl Zoe T.) the event boasted dance performances by Bash Creative, tunes spun by Fashion Magazine’s own Randi Bergman (aka DJ Birthright) and even real-time graffiti art created by Toronto guerilla graffiti artist SPUD.
Known during its two decades in business as the place to get work boots, CAT Footwear has developed into a brand that produces durable shoes in desirable styles. With a tag line that said: “Inspired by urban looks and the unique beats of the street” the Parkdale party was the place to be, especially since CAT’s SS2013 women’s line was set up all over the gallery.
I myself couldn’t help but fall in love with a certain pair of ankle boots, named Celine but I’ll overlook that part.