03/13/2012 04:44 EDT | Updated 05/13/2012 05:12 EDT

Paint it black: Sid Neigum channels dark side with monochromatic separates

TORONTO - As sunlight streamed into the studio space, Sid Neigum delivered an ample dose of darkness to the stark white surroundings, showcasing his androgynous, monochromatic separates at Toronto's World MasterCard Fashion Week on Tuesday.

The Edmonton-based designer's range for fall featured a largely slender silhouette in his structured designs with slim-fit cable-knit sweaters, henley shirts, mock-neck turtlenecks and harem-style pants in the mix.

But in a collection awash in basic black with splashes of white and taupe, it was the more subtle embellishments that served to distinguish the look.

The outerwear offerings were the strengths in the collection, with fitted waist-length leather jackets, overcoats and varsity-style jackets boasting subtle yet standout details, such as asymmetrical hems, oversized draped collars and leather braided ties on sleeves.