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Knits & Pleats
Light as a Feather
And last but not least, the fifth and final outfit from Toronto Fashion Week. We caught the Stephan Caras F/W ’16 show and it did not disappoint. The father-and-son duo were inspired by the seduction, drama and sparkle of the night and left the guests in complete awe with the cut outs, plunging neck lines and strappy details coming down the runway.
I love dressing up, but I also like the idea of dressing down especially on a cold day. For Day 4 of Toronto Fashion Week, I threw together a simple and cool-girl look with a feather camisole, distressed jeans with frayed hems and metallic silver oxfords.
Suede has been one of my favourite fabrics as of late. It’s soft and delicate, but also has an edgy feel to it. The material is not the easiest to care for, especially in the winter time so it’s ideal for the spring and fall seasons. I paired this jacket with a white shirt, pair of faux leather leggings and suede knee-high boots for Day 3 of Fashion Week, but can also look great with distressed jeans or swapped with a midi or shift dress for a night out on the town.
Mikael D SS'16
After a crazy week, I can finally share some full outfit photos from Toronto Fashion Week. I was invited to a few shows throughout the week and was in awe after seeing some of the pieces come down that runway. I did not attend Day 1, but for Day 2 I pulled together this look for the UNTTLD F/W16 show. I wanted an excuse to wear this circle skirt again so I styled it with a turtleneck (since it was still freezing!), knit coat and ankle boots for a modern take on Audrey Hepburn.
The best was saved for last on the runway at the final show for Toronto Fashion Week. Mikael D unveiled his majestic Spring/Summer '16 "Forbidden Paradise" Collection that had the audience in awe. I was mesmerized by every piece because they embodied femininity, grace and allure. If I could have walked away with one dress, it would have been the one with sheer top and structured lace skirt.
Stephan Caras SS'16
What I wore for the last day of Toronto Fashion Week — I definitely stepped outside of my comfort zone when it came to dressing for my last look. I wanted a mash of elegant femininity and polished masculinity so I pulled this together.
Pink Tartan SS'16
In absolute love with Stephan Caras' SS'16 Collection. I was blown away by the father and son duo's FLORAL collection. They incorporated delicate lace fabrics, feminine asymmetrical peplums and pops of spring colours. The models looked stunning walking down the runway in their sleek, straight hair or pulled back into a top bun. The swipe of bold, pink lips added a fun touch to the styled modern women.
Pink Tartan and Kimberley Newport-Mimran presented their Spring/Summer 2016 Collection on the runway last week with relaxed and refined pieces inspired by the '70s and the Catalonia region in Spain. I especially loved the wider silhouettes, black & whites and coordinated sets.