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With an obvious focus on outerwear this was a collection with something for everyone, whether battling the frozen urban jungle or heading off the beaten path to brave the polar tundra. All encompassing in terms of climate but colour as well, the Rudsak collection ran the gamut from fur-trimmed parka to leather motoʼs and textured toppers for both sexes in shades of black, camel, khaki, olive, charcoal and dove grey. Inspired by the cold winters of Canadaʼs specifically Montreal, models…

“The better you dress – the WORSE you can behave” – was one of the closing lines in an email Jay Strut sent a few weeks before Toronto Fashion Week outlining his plans to host a week of events this season. And his series of events were some of wild fashion week after-parties and on that Jay Strut certainly delivered.

“A well known ritual for the past twenty years, after every fashion show David Dixon has stopped and picked up a hamburger on the way home” and on Tuesday March 24th guests were invited to join in David’s tradition at Wahlburgers following his Joan of Arc themed 20 year anniversary show.

Monday, March 9th marked an important announcement for pre World MasterCard Fashion Week news.

Known for her dramatic entrances, popular socialite and stylist for The Room, Jenna Bitove Naumovich, commanded everyone’s attention while at the CAFA awards (Canada Arts and Fashion Awards). Bitove chose a red stunner from Canadian designer Mikael D’s pre-fall 2015 collection, definitely a conversation starter.

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.

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