Toronto Fashion Week has announced that it’s putting production on hold.

In statement posted on its social media channels, the organization explained that the decision was made “in order to rethink the platform and focus on how best to engage the industry, support designers and resonate with consumers across the country.”

The bi-annual event was established twenty years ago, and has gone through re-brandings and venue shuffles. For the last few seasons, shows had taken place across the city, including the Royal Ontario Museum, the Gardiner Museum and Yorkville Village. Designers featured ranged from homegrown talents like Lesley Hampton, Sid Neigum and Narces, to international houses like Trigère.

No date was given for the event’s return.

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