Fun, feminine, flirty and flowy, BASCH deserves all four of my favourite f-words. Picking my chin off the floor to gather my thoughts at the jaw-dropping garments, Brandon uses gorgeous draping and frills to accentuate the feminine form. And then just when I think I've figured designer Brandon Dwyer out, he goes and does something like add a pop of bright pink fur to an already fantastic outfit.
By day, the BASCH by Brandon Dwyer girl sports ladylike sheaths in heavy tweed. The palette is dominated by grey, purple and black. Though prim and figure-flattering, one keyhole version feels out of place.
A tangerine dream of a dress floats around the body, secured only by bold white and orange bandage straps a la Leger. Teal and cream tunics with drawstrings or tied belts fit the bill for laidback sun-soaking. But this former Project Runway Canada contestant's sense of style isn't lost when the sun goes down.