Toronto Fashion Week 2012 Day 2: Bustle Showcases Bright Hues, Bold Patterns

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Bustle brings a bright, bold collection to Toronto Fashion Week | THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

TORONTO - Bustle brought the label's signature cheekiness and whimsical touches to its safari-inspired line, wrapping up Day 2 of spring-summer collections at Toronto's World MasterCard Fashion Week on Tuesday with its unique spin on wildlife style.

With models toting binoculars and vintage cameras and sporting safari hats as toppers, the line was rife with tropical prints, with blazers, shorts, shirts and pants drenched in vibrant shades of orange, purple, pink and green florals, while large-scale zebra prints adorned T-shirts and the backs of jackets.

Shirts were similarly bold in colour and pattern with striping and multi-coloured panels on button-down shirts featured in the line.

The label also made a splash with their signature tailored suited separates, showcasing jackets and pants and even a crisp trench steeped in shimmering metallics.

Linen blends, seersucker and lightweight cottons were among the fabrics highlighted in the Bustle's newest creations for the warmer months.

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