“Cocktails with the fashion clique! Is there anything better? I’m most looking forward to seeing my girl, Grace Lee, who will be leading the makeup backstage for all of the shows.” – Vanessa Craft, beauty director

“I’m looking forward to the Mikael D. show because I’m a sucker for a show-stopping gown (who isn’t). I mean, did you see Katie Cassidy in that black and silver stunner at this year’s Golden Globes?” – Lisa Guimond, fashion features editor

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“Last season I had about three sips of the MOST amazing peanut butter nutella mocha latte from the Ritz-Carlton snack booth before I had to dump it and run back to the frow, so this time around I’m looking forward to enjoying the whole delicious thing in between shows – it’s happening. Other than the food and drink, I can’t wait to see Sid Neigum and Hayley Elsaesser’s fall collections.” – Charlotte Herrold, associate fashion editor

“I love seeing the excitement backstage. The steam rising from the burning hair, the models whipping around in frenzied fits, the manicurists hunched in pockets throughout the scrum. All of that creativity melding in one hot (truly) spot is so invigorating.” – Katherine Flemming, health & beauty editor

“This is my first time covering Toronto Fashion Week for ELLE Canada, so what I’m most expecting is the unexpected!” – Victoria DiPlacido, assistant beauty editor

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“I have to admit to a serious fascination with what the attendees choose to wear to Toronto Fashion Week. Whether it’s spotting a Sid Neigum geometric vest in the front row or an embellished vintage coat outside the tents, I just can’t get enough of our very own Canadian brand of street style.” – Liz Guber, workflow editor

“Toronto Fashion Week still proves to be the best place to discover new talent in Canada. I love watching Sid Neigum’s show and seeing what he’s thinking each season, along with Malorie Urbanovitch and Hayley Elsaesser.” – Aliyah Shamsher, features editor

“Besides the runway-inspired cocktails and jaw-dropping street style moments, I’m most excited to take a front-row seat at Klaxon Howl’s Fall 2015 show. I always have trouble taking my eyes off Matt Robinson’s designs.” – Sarah Thompson, content producer

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