Gret-a a contemporary womenswear line New York skyline print dresses

Fashion Bites - February 18 - 24, 2008

The first cut of the L'Oreal Fashion Week schedule is out. Place your bets on the final arrangement now.

Torontonian Stacey Farber is an intern at Teen Vogue and is blogging. She's also an actress on Degrassi: The Next Generation.

Retail death has consumed the following: Cotton Ginny, Linda Lunstrom, Zacks Fashions and Anne Thompson.

Gather at Zolas on Thursday, February 21, 2008 at 1796 Avenue Road for the gret-a trunk and stock show. Gret-a is a contemporary womenswear line headed up by Canadian Crystal Siemens. The New York skyline print dresses are beautiful.

Danielle's sketches from the Canadian contingent at New York fashion week are up, coloured in and everything. She had an editorial in the National Post this past Saturday that featured her images.

Carolyn at the TFI blog always has such great information and this week is no different. She interviews Annie Thompson; talks to Carrie Hayes, the first TFI resident in the new space and discusses Michael Nguyen of Sprezzatura's strategy in finding a retail showroom. Finally, Carolyn hands out the best tip for anyone thinking of inviting media to a fashion show. The start time is everything.

UrbaneBloc has a Q&A with NDEUR. If you've never seen NDEUR's shoes get yourself to the etsy shop.

The Grumpy Owl talks about his new bespoke suit.

Luxual posts a video about the hair and makeup techniques used at Arthur's fall 2008 - 2009 show in NYC.

Canadian Beauty is giving away a summer beach pack. She is also way too nice to Rachel Zoe, I wouldn't be that diplomatic.

Band of Outsiders spring summer 2008 collection is now available at Sydney's, 795 Queen Street West

Fashion magazine blogs from London for the fall winter 2008 2009 shows.

Flare blogs from Milan for the fall winter 2008 - 2009 shows.

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