World Mastercard Fashion Week: Recap S/S 2015

Happy Monday, I hope you all had a great weekend. As another season rolls around, Toronto Fashion week filled the tent at David Pecaut Square with much Canadian talent. The World Mastercard Fashion Week (#WMCFW) ran for a week from Monday October 20 to Saturday October 25th. Although i wished that i could have attended the entire week, work and other responsibilities came fist. With this giant white tent held many influential fashion individuals such as designers, fashion directors, stylist, journalist, photographers and bloggers to name a few. This season I was able to attend the Soia & Kyo, HD Homme and Fashion Saturdays which all took place during the later part of the week. Below is a recap of the collections and what we can expect for the coming season.

Soia & Kyo - October 23rd @ 8:00pm
With a soft neutral palette of cream, greys, and oatmeal the collection focused on the city-goer with a country escape. The models strutted down the runway in effortlessly drape coats and comfy loafers some of whom was accompanied by an adorable french bulldog. Yellow and burnt orange was used as a feature colour which i felt gave the collection the whole "fresh new look" feeling. I felt in a love with a few pieces and I will definitely keep them on my radar for when they become available for purchase.

"Soia & Kyo stands for simple and refined design. The concept is to stay true to our effortless style"
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HD Homme - October 24th @ 6:00pm
Mesh was a key element in the luxury menswear collection. It was used on pants, bomber jackets and trench coats throughout. Working mostly with black and reds the collection redesigns old Hollywood glam. Overall it was a great collection and it was nice to see the spotlight on men for a change.

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Fashion Saturdays - October 25th @ 1:00pm
This was the first time I attended Fashion Saturday and was really looking forward to it. The session was broken down into 3 parts: The consumer experience, upcoming fashion and beauty trends for Spring/Summer 2015, and highlights from the S/S 15 runways. Although I personally prefer the shows, Fashion Saturdays is a great option for those looking for a recap of the entire week. Below are a few of my favourites from the week.

Fashion week happens twice a year (Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter) and I highly recommend to go see one of these shows if you haven't already. Not only is it an experience on its own but it is to also support the wonderful talent that we have here in Toronto. ^_^