Last season StyleCircle published a fairly critical piece about the fashion industry in Canada/Toronto. If you don’t remember, or happened to miss it, catch yourself up here. Over the last few years, and most notably after IMG bailed on producing Fashion Week, the fashion industry here has been in a state of flux as it […]

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The ready-to-wear shows of New York Fashion Week for fall 2018 are in full swing and the world is sceptically watching. While some designers chose to stick to traditional silhouettes with modest details, and impeccable craftsmanship along the traditional lines of tailoring, others preferred to make a statement at what some might call ostentatious and […]

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S.P. Badu Channels Feminist Streetwear at TFW x RE/SET 003

By: Victoria Zander

Photos: Alex Anisman

Spencer Badu aims to break boundaries and challenge the norm. His millennial streetwear brand S.P. Badu is known for creating progressive staple pieces for anyone to wear. The question of gender and gender expression has become a major conversation within our generation. More and more during this conversation fashion has been blurring the lines around […]

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It’s every fashion maven’s favourite time of year: New York Fashion Week. Right now all of America’s most notable designers are gathered in New York to show off their latest collections, and we get to preview the trends that will be scattered throughout the streets and in the hottest department stores this fall. Fall fashion […]

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Andrew Coimbra x UnCuffed Play with Power at TFW x RE/SET 003

By: Victoria Zander

Photos: Alex Anisman

Toronto based luxury streetwear paired with Toronto made ethically sourced leather? Sounds like a match made in heaven! Andrew Coimbra of the eponymous label and UnCuffed designer Olga Barsky teamed up this season at Toronto Fashion Week’s RE/SET 003 in an incredible studio presentation. The collaborative effort styled the two current collections together to create […]

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In the year 1962, the TV show the Jetsons, predicted that by 2062 people would have access to flying cars. Now, in the year 2018, only 44 years away from 2062, we probably can’t quite imagine flying space shuttles so near in our future, however it may not be too far of a stretch based […]

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This past week, the European fashion scene clustered in the rainy Danish capital for three days of Autumn/Winter 2018 debuts. Copenhagen is a small city but its unique charm, found in both the city itself and in its long-limbed citizens, has been a vital factor over these last few years in building it as the […]

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Out with the old, in with the… recycled? Normally I would be the first to attribute laziness or burnout to designers who present collections that feel recycled from the archives, when I know they typically produce ever-changing and always innovative designs. But the situation witnessed on the Paris Haute Couture runways this week demands a […]

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Female models are a key influence in the fashion industry, they are today, they always have been. They are also a major artery to fashion promotion. We see them on the runway, the streets and, most importantly, all over social media. Over time, a model’s career has become only as good as her presence in […]

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Ryerson INTRO to Fashion Show Celebrates First Year Designers

By: Mahtab Abghari

Photos: Marly Bromstein

The Sears Atrium was very much packed this past Saturday evening as attendees patiently waited for the INTRO Fashion Show to begin. This show, as it does every year without fault, consisted of designs from a select group of first year fashion design students showcasing their daywear dress collections. The daywear dress is a hallowed […]

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