VAWK LAUNCHING SISTER COLLECTION VAWKKIN

TORONTO, January 26, 2012—It’s full steam ahead for Canadian luxury label VAWK by Founder and Creative Director Sunny Fong as the brand announces the launch of VAWKKIN, a line of women’s wear essentials that maintain the design and aesthetic VAWK is known for. The announcement comes hot off successful showings at LG Fashion Week and a great deal of recent media attention after actress Elisha Cuthbert donned a VAWK gown at the People’s Choice Awards in mid-January, the latter receiving nods from FLARE Magazine’s “Top 10 Best Dressed” list, People.com and Marie Claire UK, among other international media outlets.

VAWKKIN suggests the relationship between the two brands. Since inception in 2004, VAWK has seen steady growth in the luxury market. In continuing that same momentum, Fong wanted to create a line that alludes to the past while also pointing towards the future. He notes “I was looking for a name that showed a relationship with the original label, the designs and pieces that people have fallen in love with. But I also knew the name needed to imply that there is more to come for the VAWK family of brands.”

Tailored toward the young professional fashion forward female, VAWKKIN is an accessible line at a more inclusive price point with essentials that blend from the office to after work cocktails. “This is just the next step in growing the VAWK brand,” said Fong on the creation of the new label, “the main thing about creating VAWKKIN is that even though the price point is more attainable, it still has the same design philosophy as VAWK, but for everyday wear.”

VAWKKIN consists of pieces that transition seamlessly from day to night, available in blacks and neutrals; another reference to the original line. In introducing the new line to the industry, a preview of the VAWKKIN Fall/Winter 2012 collection will be available to market this spring.

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By Jentzen Brown

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