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Harvest Noir: Flashmob fashion

By Karen Diepeveen on September 17, 2012

With Harvest Noir just around the corner, a few attendees gathered down at the National Gallery last Wednesday. Their purpose? To give a sneak peek at some of the fashions to be expected at the secret-location picnic later this month, alongside a few vintage bikes. The bikes came courtesy of Capital Vélo Fest and HUB Ottawa, and the photographers from Ottawa VELO Vogue snapped shots of the picnickers dressed up in their fancy black formal wear.

We chatted with Greg Searle, co-founder of Harvest Noir, a few weeks back and found out about the pop-up parade, dance party and, of course, very public picnic happening on September 30. Tickets are going fast, but there are still some available over on their website. Get in the local harvesting mood and start planning your menu now!

Created with Admarket’s flickrSLiDR.

  • Marlowe

    So, do people agree that last year’s Harvest Noir was “A defining moment in the city’s social scene. A game changer”? Did Ottawa really change forever? Last time I checked the city is still full of Royal Oaks and public servants wear hiking boots to work.

  • super classy! are they having events like this annually?