Toronto's cultural high society flocks to the annual Power Ball bash.
Words and Photos by Filip Terlecki
The Power Ball is the annual soiree held in support of Toronto’s Power Plant Gallery. Attracting the city’s diverse cultural “it” crowd, it’s one dash Andy Warhol party and one splash award show after-party. Dubbed the “Quarter-Life Crisis” this year’s bash celebrated the gallery’s 25th birthday.
Nearly 2,000 people made their way to the Harbourfront to partake in what’s regarded as the must-attend gala of the year. They chowed down on wild bison sandwiches prepped by Chef Marc Thuet and drank till the barrels were empty.
Here are some of the stylish folks that attended. More photos are available on our Facebook page.
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