Anything Goes At Toronto Fashion Week
Toronto Fashion Week is in full swing, running until October 23rd, and so far the Canadian designers have showcased a wide spectrum of designs that run the gamut from sleek and sophisticated to funky and out there.
Today, Tatsuaki by Dan Liu, Rachel Sin, Hong Kiyoung, and Rudsak (who have partnered with Metric’s lead singer Emily Haines to design a one-of-a-kind jacket) will be hitting the runway, along with the No 99 Wayne Gretzky Collection, a new line of casual clothing exclusive to Sears Canada from the Great One.
Tomorrow, fashion fans will close out Toronto Fashion Week with runway shows by Jacqueline Piron, Stephan Caras, and Mikael D. The event wraps up with the Fashion Magazine Awards.
As the nation’s leading fashion event, World MasterCard Fashion Week focuses on propelling Canadian designers to the forefront of the global fashion arena. Established and emerging designers take the stage in front of an audience made up of international media and industry professionals to debut their newest collections. Serving as an anchor, this twice annual event provides a physical platform to a year-round road map. Beyond the shows, World MasterCard Fashion Week is the nexus of style, culture, entertainment and beyond in Toronto. Capturing the international sensibility of the city (and its residents) as well as curating a calendar of social activities where runway meets retail and influencers can celebrate the diversity of this happening metropolis.
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