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.
To close out a busy week full of all things Toronto Fashion Week, we were lucky to be brought on to take society photos of the after show at Candyland hosted by our friend Jay Strut while sipping on prosecco on Friday March 18th, 2016.
And thanks to Hello Magazine for publishing our Candyland photos here.
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.
Season after season Mackage is always a sought after show during fashion week. The after party for the luxury outerwear brand was held at a secret location. And for many it was tough staying up late on a weekday (including myself!) when the after party started but for supporters of Mackage it was definitely worth it … and the limo ride certainly helped.