Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the fall 2013 collections
Over the course of Toronto Fashion Week (plus two days of pre-Fashion Week presentations from The Shows), Toronto’s runway watchers took in hundreds of designs from emerging young expats like Tanya Taylor and Steven Tai and mega-brands like Joe Fresh and Mackage. We sifted through the multitude of garments and chose our favourites—12 looks that are memorable, wearable and beautiful.
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For years, Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong held their Greta Constantine runway shows during Rogue Fashion Week, the series of presentations leading up to the official Toronto Fashion Week. This season, however, the pair delayed by more than a month in order to shorten the lag between when the clothes appear on the catwalk and when fans of the brand can buy them in stores. The timing wasn’t the only change; at the presentation in the Distillery District last night, the shapes were sharper and the fabrics more sombre than the brightly hued, slinky gowns that Pickersgill and Wong are known for. In fact, all 34 looks were navy, black or white.