A decade later…sorry, lost in time, make that 2 decades later…
Wayne Clark is still working his magic. See more of what’s up today @ http://www.wayneclarkdesign.com and check out some of his past hits by clicking on the sidebar to your right…as you can with most of the following!
Alfred Sung, I hear through a mutual friend, is happily retired.
Hilary Radley’s website http://www.hilaryradley.com stops at Fall 2015, but I assume she is still in Montreal, reigning as one of Canada’s Queen’s of Coats…as I can currently find her work at the Hudson’s Bay on line, listed as Hilary Radley New York, and loads of things including handbags, at amazon.com
Jacqueline Conoir designed by RozeMerie Cuevas, has now transitioned into JAC by JC (still with RozeMerie at the helm) and can be found at: http://www.jacbyjc.com/about/
Lida Baday has retired.
Loucas Kleanthous is currently sending shots from his vacation home in the Greek Islands to his Facebook page. He left the Canadian Fashion business many years ago, sadly for us, and I am not sure what he is up to when not on holidays. Undoubtedly something very creative.
Marissa Minicucci shut down her company in 2008, but returned with her daughter Annisa Marciano in 2013 with their line MM, (standing for both their surnames). She has since morphed the label, and “is thrilled to be back on the runway as the lead designer for SØSKEN Studios.”
Michel Desjardins’ website stops at Fall 2013. I can find him listed among other Quebec designers in The Cabinet Éphémère at Ogilvy in September 2014 and with his own “pop up shop” still occasionally occurring in his Montreal Atelier.
Ron Leal has retired.
Ross Mayer who as well as designing, has joined the adjunct faculty of the Toronto Film School in the Fashion Design Department, and this I know as I am also there!
Bravo to all…