Another incredible Toronto Fashion Week graced the city’s streets last week, and it was nothing short of fabulous.
Here are just some of the many highlights from the Fall/Winter 2016 edition of Toronto Fashion Week.
Hilary MacMillan‘s cruelty-free, animal-friendly line was a fun mix of cuts & fabrics; loosely tailored pieces paired with pink faux-fur accents and effortless-feminine-style.
With a cool mix of fun & interesting fabrics; denim, plastic, velvet and leather worked perfectly together in Mikhael Kale‘s conceptual and eye-catching looks.
Rudsak brought us a cool Nordic folklore-inspired collection for FW16; full of lush fabrics, bold accents, beauty & intensity. A natural palette of greens, greys & browns dominated the runway, in a fun mix of nature & rock ‘n roll.
Classic feminine elegance came down the runway with Christopher Paunil’s striking eveningwear and bridal collection. Sleek sophistication paired with innovative cut-outs, structured sleeves & fur-accents created the perfect mix of sexy glamour.
Lighting up Toronto Fashion Week with an up-close-and-personal showing of his beautifully crafted
collection; Sid Neigum’s always-anticipated conceptual designs were executed in draped and wrap-around cuts of textured fabrics, neutral palettes & sculptured silhouettes.
Photos by Christianne Lucille
Mackage’s‘s “Winter Warrior” show, uniquely hosted off-site in CBC’s igloo & chandelier-adorned Studio 40, warmed up the FW16 runway. Signature leather, colourful furs, warm plaids & layered wool formed perfect winter-ready pieces of this must-have collection.
Photos by Nick Lee.
Stephan Caras stayed true to elegance & drama this season. Bold colours, asymmetrical lines & beautiful volume alongside transparent sequin knit & embroidery, exuded feminine sensuality throughout.
Designers Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong brought Greta Constantine to the runway with eccentricity and rock n’ roll vibes. Tulle veils, classic metallics, and leather moulded bow & flower embellishments set the vibe for rocker-chic elegance.
Lead photo from Mackage by Nick Lee. Photos courtesy of George Pimentel unless specified.