We’ve rounded up the best of the best from
Toronto Fashion Week Spring 2011. From the gorgeous fashions from top Canadian designers, to backstage beauty tips and secrets, our guide will get you to start dreaming about spring!

lg-fw-beauty1.jpgToronto Fashion Week Spring 2011: Top 5 beauty trends
Fresh from checking out the shows at LG Fashion Week in Toronto, ElleCanada.com shares the hottest beauty trends for spring.


lg-fw-beauty2.jpgStreet Style Snaps: Toronto Fashion Week, Spring 2011
Backstage pass to behind the scenes.

Street Style Snaps: Toronto Fashion Week, Spring 2011

On the street…runway to reality.

Toronto Fashion Week, Spring 2011: Joe Fresh Style

Girl Scout goes to Harvard in Joe Mimran’s collection of uniform chic mixed with classic shirt dressing.

toronto-fashion-week-3.jpgToronto Fashion Week, Spring 2011: Pink Tartan

Get ready to party in Pink Tartan’s ’70s-themed collection. Jewel tones popped against safari elements to result in a show reminiscent of disco glam.

Toronto Fashion Week, Spring 2011: Jessica Jensen with Alexander Berardi

It’s a collaboration made in fashion heaven: Jessica Jensen’s limited edition it-bags and Alexander Berardi’s luxurious breezy wares. The effect evoked effortless Hamptons chic.

toronto-fashion-week-5.jpgToronto Fashion Week, Spring 2011: Line Knitwear

Designers Jennifer Wells and John Muscat give us their signature luxe comfort in draped, natural fabrics and soft, organic colours.

Toronto Fashion Week, Spring 2011: VAWK

Influenced by Africa’s tribal nature, Sunny Fong found inspiration in earth’s unassuming kaleidoscope of colours.

toronto-fashion-week-7.jpgToronto Fashion Week, Spring 2011: Mikhael Kale

Rock star meets glamour at Mikhael Kale. Think slashed-to-there details and crystal-encrusted fabrics.

Toronto Fashion Week, Spring 2011: Ashley Rowe

Long, loose and languid, fashion meets art at Ashley Rowe by way of ’70s-inspired silhouettes and paint-splattered patterns.

toronto-fashion-week-9.jpgToronto Fashion Week, Spring 2011: Art of Progression

This Audi-sponsored group show included Toronto designers Joeffer Caoc, Dimitrichris and NADA. A mix of jungle prints, pastel menswear stripes and retro details make for an eclectic collection.

Toronto Fashion Week, Spring 2011: Philip Sparks

Flirty jumpers, plaid blouses and shirtdresses makes for a laid back, breezy summer at Philip Sparks.

toronto-fashion-week-11.jpgToronto Fashion Week, Spring 2011: Evan Biddell

Inspired by armour, gladiators and metal, Evan Biddell’s "Kingdom" collection mixed strength and softness.