It's glitz, glamour and of course, all about the look.

The city is putting its best fashion foot forward this weekend for the 3rd Annual Saskatoon Fashion and Design Festival.
This is a weekend full of workshops, parties and runway shows. It's a celebration of local designers and among them is 21 year-old Breanne Harrison-Pollock.

Harrison-Pollock just wrapped up her training at New York's Parsons New School for Design. Her degree came along with other honours. Harrison-Pollock had her work featured in the window at Saks Fifth Avenue. She's excited to be bringing her work back to Saskatoon for a hometown show. 

"I'm excited to be part of this fashion community," explains Harrison-Pollock. "There's so much great talent here and other designers that are doing really exciting things that I wanted to be a part of that."

Her designs are much more works of art than street wear. Harrison-Pollock says her designs should evoke feelings in people. "Fashion is more than just a piece of pretty clothing. Fashion needs to represent social change and needs to talk about the big issues that are going on in our world and our community."

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Straightening a few pleats on her bustled dress. (Britainy Robinson)

The Saskatoon Fashion and Design Festival kicked off Thursday and runs until Sunday at various venues around the city.