MBFWA Recap

ALICE MCCALL
Atmospheric mirrored prints, ruffles, punchy oranges and blues, and absolutely STUNNING leathers.
CAMILLA AND MARC
Camilla and Marc celebrated their 10th anniversary as a brand during this past fashion week, and what a perfect collection to rejoice with! Gold sequin pants? That's a party-starter if we've ever seen one.
ELLERY 
Always one of our favourites, and this collection was no different. Obsessing over the laid-back silhouettes (sweatshirts, loose shorts, tees) in luxe fabrics. And don't even get us STARTED on the flounce-ankle heels. Think we could DIY em?
KAHLO
Kahlo keeps their trademark leather pieces so fresh and interesting season after season. Crocodile textures, interlocking top-and-skirt sets, and a hint of indigo denim in a 3-piece matching set were the standouts for us.

SHAKUHACHI

One of our absolute favourites from the entire week, hands down! Shakuhachi seems to embody the quintessential Australian sense of style, which must be why we tend to always gravitate towards it! This collection showed stunning dresses and jackets covered with colourful floral explosions. We also love the sunglasses, and the bikini top (which is pictured twice, both backstage and on the runway!) is just too cool. 

Chloe Comme Parris

What a pleasure it was to see the Gordon sisters' talent in person. Their aesthetic is so precise and cool that it was easy to be completely smitten over their FW 13 collection. With obvious 90s grunge inspiration combined with medieval deconstructed detailing, their pieces was overtly wearable yet totally distinctive. Stiff leathers, drapey silks, and sheer veiled fabric layered with velvet were major players in the presentation. The colour palette and intricate prints (which the girls' mother designs) lent themselves beautifully to the garments. We adored every detail down to the erratic braiding in the models' hair. This duo is definitely doing Toronto's fashion industry proud. 
photos via Fashion Magazine