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Sunny Fong

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Nationality  Canadian
Name  Sunny Fong
Occupation  Fashion designer
Role  Fashion designer
Residence  Toronto, Canada
Labels  VAWK

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Born  1976Toronto
Awards  Project Runway Canada season 2 winner

Vawk autumn winter 2011 collection

Sunny Fong (born 1977) is a Canadian fashion designer who owns VAWK, a clothing brand. He lives in Toronto, Ontario. In 2009, he won the second season of Project Runway Canada. His collection from this competition was showcased at LG Fashion Week. In both 2009 and 2010, Fong began the showings of his collections before the official start of LG Fashion Week, showcasing his work at Walker Court of the Art Gallery of Ontario. His 2011 spring/summer collection combined the themes of bullfighting and safari. Urban culture and Malayan mountaineering were the themes of his 2011 fall/winter collection. This collection was showcased at LG Fashion Week, in contrast to Fong's previous few seasons' off-site showings. At the following year's LG Fashion Week, Fong's spring/summer 2012 collection featured monokinis that critics from The London Free Press called "even a bit tough for the models to pull off, much less mere mortals." During the final fashion show of that October's LG Fashion Week, Fong had a model appear wearing a gold bullet bra as Madonna's "Justify My Love" played.


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