Meet our wonderful models who will be walking in the VCFS2015/2016 show! 

Meet our talented dancers who are working hard to make VCFS 2015/2016 the best show yet!

Introducing our fourth and final theme photoshoot - Literary Legends: Romeo and Juliet x Pride and Prejudice. 

Photography: Andrea Van Toch
Creative Direction & Editing: Hanna Schacter
Styling: Ryan Peng
Makeup: Shaylyn Myshrall
Hair: Leigha Stiles


Forbidden love. Unrequited love. Love at first sight.
Two timeless stories explore all types of love in enchanting and unpredictable ways. However, love does not always lead to a happily ever after as we are often blinded by its charm.
After all, "We are all just fools in love."

Romeo and Juliet - William Shakespeare (1597) 

Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen (1813)

The Great Gatsby X Pandora's Box

Photography and editing: Sophie Sahara Photography
Makeup: Amy Yang
Hairstyling: Leigha Stiles
Styling: Ryan Peng and Matthew Gi J Hong
Creative Direction: Virginia McKinnell
Sex, greed, wrath, death – all from the root of excess. As the characters in the Great Gatsby indulge temptation, they release the evils once contained in Pandora’s Box. 

The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald (1925)

Pandora's Box - Hesiod (700 B.C.)

 The Outsiders | Cat in the Hat!

Photography: Jia Zhang
Stylist: Ryan Peng
Creative Direction & Editing: Adrian Caldarola


The Outsiders tells the story of the Greasers, a poor gang from the wrong side of town who's antics leave a trail of destruction in their wake. Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat centres on the mischievous Cat who appears at Sally and Conrad Walden's house, one dreary day looking to have some fun.

The Outsiders - S.E. Hinton (1967)

The Cat in the Hat - Dr. Seuss (1957)

Snow White | Dracula

Photography: Andrea Van Toch
Makeup: Amy Yang
Hairstyling: Dominique Steneker & Leigha Stiles
Styling: Ryan Peng & Matthew Gi J Hong
Creative Direction & Editing: Austin Henderson


Two classic stories, dark in origin, tell the tales of characters who meet their fate with a kiss. For Snow White, the kiss wakes her from a death-like sleep, and shows her true love. The kiss of Count Dracula, however, brings fear, constraint, and death to his victims.

"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm (1812)

"Dracula" by Bram Stoker (1897)

VCFS's second annual holiday pop-up shop featured clothing and art from 7 student designers including Wildboy Attire, Union St. Clothing Co., Shop Spenny, Nicky Kay Designs, Cabin Bar, Ohneka, and Westridge Art. The designers kindly donated 20% of the total profits (nearly $1500) to our favourite charity, Happy Soul Project. Check out a few of their pieces below: