IFWTO supports the use of fur and other animal products as vital for the survival and sovereignty of Indigenous cultures, land and people.
A Thread That Never Breaks
IFWTO is a fashion, craft & textiles festival presenting the most distinct and progressive Indigenous-made works. IFWTO celebrates global Indigenous expression in fashion and the arts and its grounding in Indigenous knowledge, ways of life and storytelling. Led by majority Indigenous women, IFWTO connects audiences to artistic and cultural expression that celebrates and advances Indigenous artists and designers .
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Celebrating Indigenous fashion and culture in a four-day online festival of cinematic fashion films, a pop-up online marketplace, a virtual art exhibition, and a panel series.
The 2020 edition of IFWTO will take place online at IFWtoronto.com, November 26 – 29.
The next IFWTO will take place in 2022. We select designers through a juried process. We accept applications through a call for submissions from designers. The call is shared through our mailing list, social media platforms and word of mouth.
To receive the call for submissions, join our mailing list
We release all announcements through our mailing list, social media platforms and word of mouth, including special programming like workshops and panels.
Mahsi cho! We hire a small team before the event and will release a job posting through our mailing list, social media platforms and word of mouth.
We seek volunteers at the same time we release our job postings.
Student interns – please contact us directly info@IFWtoronto.com and let’s talk about how we can support each other.
The guidelines and submission forms to apply to IFWTO 2022 will be available on our website early 2021.
Select “resources” in the menu above and select “artists” to see all artists, with their contact information, presented at IFWTO.