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Parmar, Moore and Emesowum in fashion pages

Photos by Javier Lovera for The Globe and Mail

Sarena Parmar, Natalie Moore and Ijeoma Emesowum, three actresses currently at The Stratford Festival, were recently featured in a Globe and Mail
story on this summer’s hottest dresses.

The story also features three pairs of hot shoes, the price of which averages almost $1000 per pair!

Stylist and writer Odessa Paloma Parker assembled six actresses making their debut at the Festival to model “the swooping, asymmetrical shape of the stola and palla, the garments worn by women in ancient Rome (meant to symbolize their married status) and, most famously, by the Statue of Liberty.”

Sarena Parmar appears in Alice Through The Looking-Glass and Antony and Cleopatra. Parmar’s TV credits include Degrassi: The Next Generation and YTV’s How to Be Indie.

Natalie Moore appears in Crazy For You and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Moore, Who trained with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet has previously appeared on stage at The National Arts Centre, The Grand Theatre and Factory Theatre.

Ijeoma Emesowum appears in Alice Through The Looking-Glass and Hay Fever. Emesowum spent five seasons at the Shaw Festival.

To see all six click to the full Globe and Mail fashion story.

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Parmar, Moore and Emesowum in fashion pages

Keith Tomasek
18 July 2014

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