Last week saw several emerging Canadian designers hit the Toronto runways for the first time. Here are the most promising new designers from Fashion Week Fall 2014.
Though every emerging and established name deserves a cookie for their hard work and effort, there were a handful of looks that blew showgoers out of the water.
Here are my picks for the top 10 looks from World MasterCard Fashion Week.
This Week in Fashion: Sarah Stevenson for Target, SOOP SOOP relocates, Style Democracy designer pop-up shop
This Sunday (March 23), head to select Target stores across Canada to find an exclusive, limited-edition womenswear line designed by Sarah Stevenson, one of Toronto's very own. The Toronto Fashion Incubator New Labels Competition winner brought rich hues, girly florals, and sophisticated silhouettes to the discount retail giant - with price points ranging from $30 - $60 and a major collaboration under her belt, it's all uphill from here for the emerging designer.
For the first time ever, the Fall/Winter 2014 collection will parade under the penetrating eyes of potential buyers, intimidating editors, and a pit of hungry photographers ready to broadcast what's hot (and what's not) off the runway.
Here are my most anticipated shows to see and why.
The Fall 2014 round, held at the Storys Building this past Tuesday and Wednesday, was no exception. Bellavance, Steven Tai, Kaelen, and Antonio Azzuolo brought a level of creativity and progressiveness unparalleled by even some of the biggest names in the game.
Though each designer made a name on far-away stomping grounds, Canada will forever be warm and familiar territory - and there's no better way to celebrate their very brief return than with a roundup of their best work.
Here are my picks for the top 10 looks from The shOws.