Those looking to make it in Hollywood are perennially in hot pursuit of a big break. While there is no sure path to success or stardom, there are certain steps that help along the way: education and an early start.
With the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) fast approaching, Hugo Boss has created a limited-edition pocket square to raise money for the TIFF Pocket Fund, an initiative that works to ensure no child or youth is turned away from the TIFF Learning Programmes due to financial circumstance. In these educational programs, young participants attend workshops, camps, and after-school programs to develop creative and leadership skills, while acquiring tools for future success.
The polka-dotted orange and white Boss accessory, available only until September 14, 2014 (this year’s festival conclusion), is inspired by TIFF’s trademark colours. Retailing for $45, the festival token is available for purchase at Boss stores across Canada and in the shop at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. Look for the film festival’s CEO Piers Handling and artistic director Cameron Bailey to be wearing theirs in support of the next generation of budding filmmakers.
Watch this space from September 4 to 14 for more from the Toronto International Film Festival.