Montreal-raised, Paris-based designer Rad Hourani hit the Toronto Fashion Week stage on Friday evening to show his fall/winter 2012 collection - his first time showing in Canada. A short film served as the show's opener and celebrated Rad's five years in the fashion industry. The runway...
palette of urban traveler-inspired outwear that was fashionable but not too fashion forward. Fur trapper hats will no doubt be the perfect winter accessories.
Canadian prestige brand Lundstrom Collection presented its fall/winter 2012 collection...
at what came down the runway on Wednesday evening at LG Fashion Week. (Click here for my take on earlier in the day)
Korhani Home Rugs
Seriously fun. That about sums up the Korhani Home Rug runway show that took place on Wednesday evening. As a major sponsor of Toronto...
Stephen Wong and Kirk Pickersgill showed their Greta Constantine fall offerings last week at a swanky off-site affair, but the Toronto-based design duo opted to show their men's collection at Toronto Fashion Week. Ezra Constantine was launched in 2009, but Thursday night's minimalist...
Montreal designer Denis Gagnon kicked off day two at Toronto Fashion Week with his take on Fall 2011 marrying biker chic with Black Swan for an urban cool collection.
This season Gagnon added some colour to his trademark dark fashions, but the staple leathers he does so well is still a...
In fact, the 'Birds of Paradise' collection was the most focused, cohesive presentation that the 30-year-old designer has brought to Toronto Fashion Week yet. Multi-ethnic models showed off fitted cocktail dresses, cropped jackets and super flirty sundresses with ease. The unexpected twist?...
A very different Denis Gagnon... but one still very worthy of praise and attention.
Gagnon's 2011 fall/winter collection is an impressive fusion of fabrics, textures and colours. Fashion forward... and definitely not for the fainthearted.
I had the pleasure of sitting with Jeanne Beker...
After 5 days of runway presentations the 25th season of Toronto Fashion Week came to a close on Friday night with spring collections presented by Lauren Bagliore, David Dixon and Denis Gagnon. (Click here for my take on earlier in the day)
Melissa Nepton brought her "Eolia" fall/winter 2012 collection to the tents at Toronto Fashion Week on Wednesday evening. The Montreal-based designer presented a strong collection of outerwear, chunky knits and relaxed separates that were inspired by an ethereal nomad. Delicate dresses,...
Day 4 of Toronto Fashion Week finished off with spring 2012 collections coming down the runway from Carline Neron, Bustle and Sunny Fong's Vawk. (Click here for my take on earlier in the day)