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It was a day of tennis, carnivals and a whole lot of beautiful garments.
When I was first approached to create a dress made from the glass of Baileys Irish Cream bottles, I was inspired by the challenge of doing something that had never been done before. The dress took 125 hours and a team of skilled workers to create. I'm excited for my audience to see the craftsmanship in person.
Spring 2013 is shaping up to be a season rich in sartorial choices. Unlike day two of World MasterCard Fashion Week, which saw designers like Pink Tartan and Pavoni showcase similar trends, day three...
One of the hottest designers to emerge from Toronto Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2012 was Lucian Matis. His moody, broody collection captivated onlookers (even the daring beauty looks -- feather tips on n...
Back in the early 70s, Ryerson Polytechnical Institute was Canada's incubator for the practical arts: journalism, radio, television, layout, design, fashion, theatre and photography. I can't remember anything I wrote, but I do remember the photographs. They were outstanding -- cutting edge. None more so than those that came from the camera of Yuri Dojc.
One of my Toronto Fashion Week highlights was the Greta Constantine show last Friday night at the Arcadian Loft. I've always loved how their jersey fabrics drape in a way that works for all body types and sizes. Clothing you can wear and still enjoy a burger... with cheese!
Jenna Marie Wakani
By: Janine Falcon, TheKit.ca "Sometimes the drama is in the clothes, sometimes it's in the makeup. This time it's super-both," said Smashbox Global Pro Lead Artist Lori Taylor, who keyed the Fall/Win...
Not all of the shows that happened during Toronto Fashion Week happened at the tents at David Pecaut Square. To kick off the week's fashionable festivities, Lucian Matis took to a runway at the Fairmo...
Masks. They're creepy. Especially when they're V for Vendetta-esque. And that's exactly what models covered their faces with -- Guy Fawkes masks -- at the Adrian Wu show kicking off day two of Toronto...