Calla has enchanted us once again, mixing luxe details and craftsmanship with light, playful influences. Designer Calla Haynes' references this time ranged from a cat wrapped in Christmas lights to Tetris to Michel Gondry's The Science of Sleep and manifested in original, directional prints:
It's that time again. New York fashion week is upon us and we're preparing for whirlwind eight days of shows, presentations, parties, reviews and more that we can't wait to share with you guys. While there are always those amazing established designers that we look forward to seeing every season, we are also always on the lookout for those up-and-comers that we know we're going to be seeing big things from. Click through for five you should know about now, before they become the next Prabal or Alex Wang.
There are many good things you can say about Toronto in the fall. It’s crisp, vibrant, alive and gorgeous. Vanity Fair’s Nick Tosches once went looking for the very essence of Autumn and ended up finding it just next to the city. As for my own experience: the images above were all taken with my wee point-and-shoot, on my walk from my house to the tents at David Pecault square, where Toronto’s LG Fashion Week was centered. And even though the looks coming down the runways were timed for spring, these colors provided the perfect backdrop for a week of style. Read on to see some of the highlights from Toronto Fashion Week.