Spotted from the Backseat: DX Intersection 2013 Edition

On October 18, the Design Exchange hosted its second annual DX Intersection, a fundraising event celebrating the intersection for all things creative. Toronto’s art, design and fashion communities gathered at the design museum to party with Byron and Dexter Peart of WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie, who were honoured with the DX’s 2013 Gamechanger award for their cross-discipline creative achievements.

The evening’s highlights included delicious food (duck confit poutine by The Food Dudes and tostados by La Carnita – need we say more?), design installations and, of course, some good old fashioned two-stepping. Check out the gallery below for 21 style snaps from DX Intersection, featuring the imitable Jeanne Beker, socialite Krystal Koo, blogger Michelle Bilodeau, and more.

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Spotted from the Backseat: DX Intersection 2012 Edition

Jenna Naumovich

On November 16, the Design Exchange held the inaugural DX INTERSECTION, a fundraising party in support of the Toronto design museum’s youth education and design preservation initiatives. Hundreds of attendees were treated to everything from a silent auction featuring one-of-a-kind, customized IKEA items to a Food Dudes food truck serving breakfast (genius!), and much, much more. Every corner of the museum offered something new to see, do, eat. A contender for art party of the year? Most definitely.

Toronto’s fashion set, including blogger Anita Clarke, fashion director Liz Cabral (in that Margiela x H&M trompe l’oeil bra top!) and accessories designer Jenny Bird, showed up in full force to support the DX and have a little design fun. They had the opportunity to meet author and artist Douglas Coupland, winner of the DX’s very first Gamechanger award, DIY their very own fascinators at the FLARE x Milk Glass Co. booth (how fun is that?!), and stuff their faces at the late night food market (oh wait, that was me).

I sadly didn’t get a chance to check out all that the evening had to offer (in hindsight, maybe I should have spent less time munching on those to-die-for risotto balls), but I’ve certainly learned my lesson. Next year, I’m going to be the first in the door and the last one out. DX INTERSECTION just officially became one of my favourite fundraising parties of the year, and I don’t want to miss a second of the next one.

Kevin O’Neill and Liz Cabral

Anita Clarke

Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong of Greta Constantine

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