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…
Wayne was joined by UNTUCKit founder Chris Riccobono for a Q&A, where he talked about how this partnership came about and how it was his wife Janet who first introduced him to the brand after a visit to the UNTUCKit store in St. Louis. It was Wayne’s love of the brand that led him to strike up a partnership with Chris and UNTUCKit.
The who’s who of Toronto’s fashion scene and society pages put their best Manolo-clad foot forward and hit the Bata Shoe Museum on Tuesday, May 15 for a glamorous party to celebrate the arrival of the anticipated Manolo Blahnik: The Art of Shoes exhibit.
Toronto designer Lesley Hampton is not only making headlines for her red carpet-worthy creations, but also for the attention she’s attracting to important issues like mental health, body positivity, and inclusivity.
Earlier this month, Hampton wowed attendees of Toronto Women’s Fashion Week (TWFW) with a show that featured models cast on personality rather than physical appearance, bodies of all sizes, and a collection of clothing inspired by mental health struggles.
We recently caught up with the designer backstage.