SLIDESHOW: Pure Magnolia at BC Fashion Week (Spring/Summer 2010)

Highlights from the spring collection of sustainable gown designer Pure Magnolia.


An unexpected clash of textures will create an impact that will last longer than the marriage. The feathered bodice of Pure Magnolia’s show-stopping number exemplifies the line’s commitment to nature.


Come up roses in this amusing pink mini. The ruched bandeau creates a gentle softness while maintaining a stylish edge.


Who wouldn’t mind always being a bridesmaid if it meant having several of these racy numbers taking up real estate in the wardrobe. In this stunning rose gown one thing is certain, you won’t be single for long!


Smart and Sophisticated – this dress is made for the no-frills bride who demands function as well as form. Perfect for a relaxed Summer afternoon.


Old. New. Bold. Blue. All in one ensemble! Designer Patricia Nayel steps out with a model decked out in her updated take on conventional wedding tradition

BC Fashion Week – Spring/Summer 2010 – Generation Next


Pure Magnolia designer Patty Nayel will graduate from Kwantlen’s four-year design program this year already eager to take on the high glamour of bridal fashion.

A new-found appreciation for eco-consious living, Patricia aims to create gowns that deliver a “uniquely Canadian” experience while still offering the fantasy of the fairy-tale wedding dress.  

Look for an upcoming interview on our CitizenSTYLE blog with this savvy ecofashion designer soon!