We count down the top fashion moments from Day #3 of Toronto Fashion Week (can you name all the top models that walked the Joe Fresh runway show?)
The hipster’s paradise at Klaxon Howl Spring 2014 is walk in the park for Toronto-based menswear label Klaxon Howl—literally. Designer Matt Robinson showcased his vintage workwear and sportwear collection in a spring day-vignette, complete with a park bench and bicycle set up on the runway. The rugged and rugby-inspired bad boys sported a mix of fitted button-up shirts, plaid, and hooded sports jackets. The lamp post stationed at the end of the runway—where models stopped to pose against nonchalantly—was a nice touch. -Ava Baccari, web writer
The designer who garnered rave reviews… Perhaps the biggest surprise of the week for me was how much I enjoyed Maison Matthew Gallagher’s collection. Admittedly, I wasn’t familiar with the Nova Scotia born designer before the collection (this is only his second showing at fashion week) but was delighted with his luxe, elegant womenswear fit for high society doyennes. This designer is certainly a talent to watch. -Alannah O’Neill, associate editor
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