If Réalisation Par and Reformation are how to do French girl style during the summer, then the looks that came down the runway at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week over the past days have taught us how to do French girl style for fall. Chanel’s Homage to Paris Was Classic Paris Chanel’s show, which took […]

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A little collection of moments from MASS EXODUS, in motion. A look back at some captured candids from exhibit to runway. Enjoy.                                  

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How To Keep Up With Fashion Month

By: Marly Bromstein

Staying informed on the abundance of ever changing fashion news during New York, London, Milan, and Paris Fashion Weeks is a difficult task. With constant updates, and and social media posts of collections to see, it is very easy for the most note-worthy news to be missed. To make it easier, this guide will help […]

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#TFW: MONDOR F/W16

By: Jessica Huynh

Whoever said leggings as pants was a fashion faux was sadly mistaken. Ever since iconic muses such as Edie Sedgwick and Twiggy dazzled and pranced into the spotlight, tights have become an integral fashion statement with its ability to convey risqué and comfort in a delicate fabric. MONDOR F/W 2016 is back for Toronto Fashion […]

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#TFW: NARCES F/W16

By: Naomi Brearley

Ever the master of femininity, designer and creative director of Narces Nikki Wirthensohn Yassemi did not stray from the brand with her collection this season. Generally specializing in evening wear, formal wear and cocktail attire, this season showcased floor length gowns fit for the opera or a fancy dinner gala, as well as chic and […]

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#TFW DAY 1: MIKHAEL KALE F/W16

By: Naomi Brearley

In the same fashion that Sid Neigum closed off day one of Toronto Fashion Week, Mikhael Kale opened it with a beautiful collection of pastel edge. Cool girl biker jackets and trenches were presented in pastel blue, denim and glossy burgundy. Studs, silver buckles and tiny clusters of jewels added extra pizzazz to every look.

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#TFW: SID NEIGUM F/W16

By: Clara Purdy

Recap of Sid Neigum’s presentation that closed out Day 1 at Toronto Fashion Week F/W16.

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As the momentum of Fashion Month begins to dissipate, we disciples of fashion turn our attention toward the newly minted Toronto Fashion Week (#TFW), I can’t help but think that a little contemplation is in order. Big things have been happening in the industry over the past few weeks. Significant increases in diversity and representation were […]

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Warming weather after a long winter is one of the most exciting times for Toronto fashion. As spring makes its debut and the snow begins to melt, dressing for practicality and warmth can finally be substituted for an adventurous and lighthearted spring outfit. Skirts and dresses fill retail stores and bright popping colours become harder […]

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There’s no doubt that fashion and all its namesakes are a true form of art. From conception to drawing, draping to drafting and all the construction techniques from haute couture to art-to-wear, it takes a special skillset to create beautiful clothes. But when it comes to fashion and visual art, nothing brings more meaning to […]

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