Your photos from WMCFW Fall 2014

WMCFW has come and gone for another year. By most accounts, the past 7 days has been a successful rendition of the twice annual event that sees many of Canada's top designers show us their vision for what some will be wearing 6 months from now. As always, the pit at the end of the runway is jam packed with photographers jostling to get the best shot, but as has been the case in recent times it's the audience's smartphones that are capturing the bulk of what we see.

Earlier this week we asked our Instagram followers to show us their best shots from Toronto Fashion Week. Here's a rundown of some of our favourites. Top photo by jaynesmiles of Rudsak models on the catwalk reminding everyone what it looks like to be kick-ass.


Monday's jam-packed action included VAWK, always a fan favourite. Here lindsayrhee framed some silhouettes on the catwalk.


Fall was in the air at the Mackage show as captured by biancavenerayan.


Expect to see this Joe Fresh number in stores come September. dani_girlsofto was diggin' the parka and stripes.


jaynessmiles showed us that Vancouver-based Madame Moje should have west-coasters lining up for these beautiful dresses.


christinetlu was seeing double at Matthew Gallagher.


And again at Joe Fresh.


dani_girslofto had her eye on the bridal wear by Mikael Derderian.


Meanwhile, Nunoush gave us the rundown on the guys wearing Christopher Bates.


It was a packed house all week. Thanks to gracecham for the visual evidence.

See more photos from the week in our Toronto Fashion Week stream.

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

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