The 10 worst looks from Toronto Fashion Week
On Monday I showed you the top 10 looks from Toronto Fashion Week -- but for every action, there's always an equal and opposite reaction. Though I don't want to believe this side of fashion exists, it does (in the form of Snuggies and pink leopard print, no less), so here are my picks for the ten worst looks from the runways last week. Of course, "worst" is subjective, so feel free to disagree and maybe check out the other, more promising looks in our Style section.
Proof that if Coco Chanel and Sid Vicious had a baby, Joe Fresh (top photo) should not design her clothes. View and rate more looks from Joe Fresh's Fall 2013 collection here.
A Caitlin Power ensemble, designed for the local stripper transitioning to an office job. View and rate more looks from Caitlin's Power's Fall 2013 collection here.
Mackage's Canadian response to the American guido phenomenon. Hey, at least he's warm. View and rate more looks from Mackage's Fall 2013 collection here.
Korhani Home's loud attempt at a Nicki Minaj pajama set.
If you put this Sid Neigum look on your TV you'll get a much better signal. View and rate more looks from Sid Neigum's Fall 2013 collection here.
A Klaxon Howl outfit straight out of Duck Dynasty, and not even trying to be ironic about it. View and rate more looks from Klaxon Howl's Fall 2013 collection here.
I can barely accept this creepy print on a rug, but Korhani Home made damn sure it can walk (read: follow me around and give me nightmares) in the form of a dress.
The perfect Miz by Izzy Camilleri tin foil ensemble for your next "Anything But Clothes" party!
A Furby's wedding dress by DUY. View and rate more looks from DUY's Fall 2013 collection here.
The goth Snuggie by Sid Neigum keeps you warm, comfortable, and hating life.
What look or collection from Toronto Fashion Week failed to inspire you? Let us know in the comments below.
Photos by Dickson Ly and Jesse Milns
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