#FGOES: Toronto Fashion Week 2016
March 23, 2016
This past week we saw designers showcase their FW collections at Toronto Fashion Week.
Guests and media flooded the tents of David Pecaut Square where fashion lovers waited to see designs from Stephen Caras, Sid Neigum and many more. The event may have started off on the wrong foot, when models stumbled down the runway one after the other. Needless to say, if we’re talking about anything from the Mikhael Kale show, it was his use of fun fabrics like plastic, velvet and denim.
Speaking of cool fabrics, our favourite trend was brought to light by Hilary MacMillan. Showcasing a cruelty free, animal friendly show, pale pinks for S/S are being brought over to the cooler seasons. With a touch of faux fur and warm winter feels were almost excited for it to get cold again.
Day 3 was definitely one of our favourites; Mackage presented their new collection full of bright fur, bold plaids and of course some signature leather. As if that wasn’t enough to wow guests, the show was exhibited in an off-site CBC transformed igloo.
Fashion week followers had no time to rest, from the shows to the parties, one of most anticipated closers was definitely a show stopper - literally. Greta Constantine’s models were sent down the runway with an eclectic style and surreal accent pieces; celebrating 10 years in this biz, it was the perfect end to a fashionable week.
From the runway to the streets, the team at Faulhaber couldn’t get enough of these weird yet wearable designs. Want to see where else weve been lately? Click here.