Author: Christianne Lucille

September is, and has always been, the busiest month in fashion. Yorkville Village’s three days of runway, fashion talks, studios, showrooms, launches & pop-up’s held this tradition strong September 4th to the 6th – in true Spring/Summer 2019 style. Guests and fashion enthusiasts braved the heat, dawning beautiful and unique styles – while upping the always fashionable Yorkville neighbourhood to the next level, with photo and save-worthy street style. Toronto Fashion Week, in collaboration with RE\SET, provided an exciting gathering…

Starting off 2018 in style, 55 Avenue Road’s Yorkville-Village opened its doors to Toronto Fashion Week – and the Fall/Winter season has never looked so good! The 3-day festival, in Toronto’s most prestigious and stylish luxury neighborhood, welcomed designers, influencers, the who’s-who of Canadian fashion, and fashion lovers alike. Traditional runways, paired with studio presentations and designer showrooms, created a unique atmosphere of the here and now.

It was an evening filled with inspiration, in celebrating the art of celebrating each other. Celebrity designer Nate Berkus and Michelin-trained Chef Patrick Kriss of Canada’s top-rated restaurant Alo, teamed up with Stella Artois in hosting a most extraordinary garden party and inspirational dining experience.

The Rally Gallery on Ossington was beautifully illuminated with fashion-inspiration as the sun set on October 4th, for an intimate gathering to celebrate a special Toronto edition of Cabinet Éphémère. Guests were treated to cocktails and appetizers at the exclusive VIP reception, to kick-off the four day pop-up event hosted by media personality and fashion ambassador Glen Baxter.

An intimate gathering at Yorkdale Shopping Centre’s Bulgari boutique took place on May 17th, to launch “The Brain Project”; a beautifully anticipated project to raise awareness and initiate an important discussion on brain health through art.

Mackage’s chic, effortness, perfectly executed runway show was indeed a highlight of Toronto’s FW16 Fashion Week. ​Within CBC’s Studio 40, models emerged from an igloo-backdrop onto the sleek runway. Overlooked by beautifully hung ​icicle-​chandeliers, a sense of cool wonderment kicked off this incredible show; as the DJ got the​ energy up and the collection flowing.

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