World MasterCard Fashion Week came and went with a bang, and we caught some special moments and lots of smiles.

From October 20th to the 25th, David Pecaut Square was transformed into a marvelous dizzy of fashion elite, bloggers, buyers, celebs, consumers and everyone in between. Both in and outside the tent, there was amazing style to be spotted.

As Vogue recently named Queen West the world’s second coolest neighbourhood, it was not to be ignored. I put a couple FW outfits together from favourite Queen west go-to shops that stand out and ahead of the crowd:

Wednesday 22 (Day 3), I joined the fashion forces in a black knit crop top sweater by J.O.A paired with a column skirt by LEILANNI, and topped it off with a Constance Anne necklace. All from Sauvage, 644 Queen West, it’s a shop which exudes personality with its unique edge and statement pieces.

Thursday 23 (Day 4), DELUXE BOUTIQUE was the star of my style with JNBY’S sheer black panel shirt dress, under their long white, button-lock coat, with a gold chunky chain link necklace. All available at 781 Queen St. W, Deluxe is known for bringing in eco-friendly designers as well as innovative and creative designs you may not be able to find anywhere else in Toronto.

Some more of our WMCFW highlights


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Rudsak closes out Day 4 #wmcfw #fashionweek

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Minnie Mouse Style

Congrats to Sid Neigum for winning this season’s Mercedes Benz Start Up

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Congrats #SidNeigum #mbsu #ss15 #wmcfw

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#PinkTartan #ss15 #wmcfw

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Also check out our Fashion Spotlight on the Mikael D SS15 Collection

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Jo-Anna Davidson

Jo-Anna Davidson is a fashion stylist based in Toronto ON, Canada. She has worked with top photographers and noted people in the industry. Her portfolio includes work published in magazines both in Canada and worldwide.
Her strength is her energy and responsive creative vision. This has led to executing distinct style and a recognizable ability to effortlessly fuze all elements which shape her stories.