Form-fitting

At the Fur Council of Canada’s “fur re-invented” competition.

As she watched a towering, rail-thin model strut down the runway at the Montreal fur show, Rosie Audlakiak of Qikiqtarjuaq felt like a star.

The model wore a form-fitting red sealskin vest, decorated with a pale fox and tiny tufts of raccoon, with little else, exposing her navel as she walked down the runway in front of hundreds of fur buyers at the May 3 show.

For Audlakiak, a first-year student in Nunavut Arctic College’s fur production course, it was her shining moment.

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