WRKDEPT’s first presentation at Toronto Fashion Week was named after, and inspired by a Bed and Breakfast
Presenting a collection for the first time at Toronto Fashion Week, WRKDEPT has come a long way since its beginnings as a t-shirt brand. Themed “Bed and Breakfast”, the line offered a range of robe-inspired pieces, oversized hoodies, tunics, and tailored coats with a minimal aesthetic. Interestingly, the designers chose to style the collection on the spot, making it an interactive (and memorable) experience for the audience.

Children make the best runway models
Bustle is a brand that’s recognizable for its luxurious twist on basics ranging from suits to sweatpants. Its fall 2016 show was no different, except for the fact that it introduced children’s wear to its range. In a move that resulted in a collective ‘awww’ from the audience, Bustle had 5 miniature models walk down the runway. There was no question as to who stole the show.

Marisa Minucci’s new label Sosken Studios made a strong first impression
Marisa Minucci, a seasoned design veteran hailing from Montreal, presented her newest label, Sosken Studios in runway format. Models marched down the runway wearing coats with clean lines and classic colours that screamed Scandinavian cool. If its first show was any indication the brand’s future, we’re betting it’s the next big thing.

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