A look from the Fall 2014 runway at Outclass on Wednesday.
Day three at
World MasterCard Fashion Week highlighted some of the most interesting collections in Canadian menswear. Starting with Christopher Bates, who opened his runway presentation with a short film, a sea of well-bearded models charged down the runway in merino wool knit sweaters, pressed shirts sealed with a kiss on the collar (Bates’s trademark insignia) and most notably, lamb leather pants, all inspired by Oscar Wilde’s titular character in
The Picture of Dorian Gray. It was a thoughtful showcase of well-groomed masculinity meets European luxury for the menswear designer’s ninth collection.
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