Forever Wild: OSI Hosts Fashion Show Celebrating 20 Years of Etnia Barcelona

On Friday, August 12, Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth was decked out like the Savannah for the Forever Wild fashion show. Presented by the OSI Group and hosted by Benoit Gagnon, the event celebrated 20 years of Etnia Barcelona. Amid the impressive botanical décor, the models, dressed by Montreal’s internationally celebrated stylist Cary Tauben, took to the catwalk showcasing the Etnia Eyewear Culture Group’s four brands: Etnia Barcelona, ALLPOETS, lool, and The Readers.

Many optometrists and opticians from different OSI Group member clinics enjoyed the breathtaking view of the City of Montreal at Espace C2. To celebrate the renowned Spanish brand’s anniversary, the guests had the pleasure of discovering the trendy frames as well as getting a sneak peek of the upcoming Fall 2022 collection.

“We’re proud to count Etnia Eyewear Culture Group among our valued partners. Being a member of the OSI group gives Members the advantage of the strength of the network and the opportunity to participate in events like this one, which allows us to come together and share ideas with our peers,” says Patrice Lacoste, President and Chief Executive Officer of the OSI Group.

Click HERE for the press release.

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