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Summer fashions (and meat) at Parts & Labour

Stylist and fashion agency The Plutino Group celebrated the relaunch of its website this week with a soiree at the just opened - and tres chic - Parkdale resto-bar Parts & Labour. Media types and fashion females scooped tasty charcuterie past their lipstick and took in a few looks from some of the agency's BFFs (and a few of my fave designers), including Mikhael Kale, Mark Fast, Greta Constantine (and her younger, hot brother, Ezra Constantine), and Philip Sparks.

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In honour of the budding summer months outside (woeful weather this week notwithstanding!), we pressed each designer with a seasonal inquiry. Here's to a sexy social season, and wearing Canadian designs all summer long!

What are you most looking forward to this summer?

Mark Fast: "Working out."
Philip Sparks: "Going to the cottage."
Mikhael Kale: "Legs!"
Kirk Pickersgill (of Greta and Ezra Constantine): "Actually having a summer!"

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What are you excited about in terms of summer fashion?

Mark Fast: "Linen shorts."
Philip Sparks: "My vintage straw boater."
Mikhael Kale: "More legs!"
Kirk Pickersgill (of Greta and Ezra Constantine): "I live in shorts."

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Photos by Jonathan Loek.


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