TFW Fall 2014 recap: 5 looks we loved from Day #5
Look #1. This amazing floral skirt stole the show at Stephan Caras Fall 2014. All photos courtesy of George Pimentel/Getty Images.
At TFW Fall 2014, the fashion designers have wrapped up their fall shows, the models are finally getting some well-deserved R&R and the makeup artists have put their brushes down. The curtain on TFW Fall 2014 has come to a close for yet another season, but not without an exciting lineup of
Canadian fashion collections on the last day of runway presentations. Here are five looks we loved from the final day of Toronto Fashion Week.
Four more looks we loved from the closing day of TFW Fall 2014 after the jump…
Look #2. Hilary MacMillan showed Scottish tartan prints, oversized fur satchels and leather panels in her Fall 2014 collection.
Look #3. Anu Raina was inspired by Toronto’s urban landscape for her Fall 2014 lineup. If you look closely, you can see Toronto’s subway system map printed on the skirt and tie (which was spotted on a few front row guests after the show). Cool, right?
Look #4. Zoe Colivas opened Matthew Gallagher’s runway show in a winter white dress with billowing train. The blackberry lip and tousled updo were also beyond gorgeous.
Look #5. Any girl looking to bring out her inner princess will fall in love with Narces’ Fall 2014 show. The lace, the tulle, the ball gowns–all roads lead to Kate Middleton style.
OVER TO YOU! What was your Toronto Fashion Week Fall 2014 highlight?
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