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In no particular order, here are 10 of my least favourite looks from fashion week.
Some of the week's best looks took a turn for the futuristic - Brit Wacher sent models to the moon, Sid Neigum and Mikhael Kale made liberal use of industrial-chic materials, and Bowie-esque jumpsuits showed up in multiple collections. That seems especially appropriate, given soul-searching and state-of-the-unioning that's surrounded this Fashion Week about the future of the Canadian style industry. With this much design talent crammed into a week's worth of shows, I'd say the outlook is pretty bright (and space-age sexy).
From the quietly sophisticated to the showstopping, here, in no particular order, are 10 of my favourite looks from World MasterCard Fashion Week spring/summer 2015.
If you're not in the industry, but desperately want to rub shoulders with those who are, there are still a number of events scheduled - both sanctioned and unofficial - around the week's main calendar of shows. (If the party scene's not your thing, designers - particularly fledgling designers showing early in the day - will occasionally make spots at their shows available to the public, in an effort to put butts in the seats. Start beefing up your "follow" list on Twitter.)
Here are my picks for how to do Fashion Week S/S 2015 without an invite.