Toronto fashion week

A look back at Toronto Fashion Week

After a weeklong whirlwind of presentations from some of Canada's finest designers, World MasterCard Fashion Week has finally drawn to a close. Media, industry members and fans were treated to some stellar collections, as well as a few surprises: a collection that included a prosthetic limb at VAWK, live musical performances (a string quartet at Sid Neigum, rap at G-SUS and experimental loops at Krane), and sexy janitors in leather coveralls sweeping up fake leaves at Mackage. (Yep, that really happened.)

Here's a final look back at some of the week's best shows and backstage moments.

Thanks to Yorkdale, celebrating 50 years of style, for sponsoring our coverage of Toronto Fashion Week.


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