Spotlight on the Runways

Eye-catching designs for fall, winter, spring and summer.

Let’s start by reviewing the impressive Fall/Winter 2019 designs of Tadashi Shoji and Carolina Herrera seen on New York Fashion Week runways earlier this year. Then, take a look at the outstanding designs of Toronto Fashion Week’s Spring/Summer 2020 catwalk that took place in September.

Tadashi Shoji

The fall/winter collection of Tadashi Shoji was a symphony that combined fine details and trendy seasonal tones. Delicate floral motifs on a neutral black background, feminine romantic frills, and glamorous, flowy form were prominent features.

Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera’s collection had a daring use of colour. Brilliant hues and shades were thoroughly applied – from neon lime green, to pink, to purple. All were combined moderately in simple forms, bringing balance to the designs.

Spring/Summer at Toronto Fashion Week

At Toronto Fashion Week, countless spring and summer designs were showcased. The highlight of the first day was Hilary MacMillan. Her collection focused on fresh white and blue tones. Minimal designs with exquisite lines and cuts were key.

Narces’ collection on the second day was another stand out. The collection had charm and femininity thanks to delicate lace and frilled details while iridescent materials made it modern and youthful.

On day three, Maison Elama’s ‘think pink’ designs captured a variety of hues, from baby to dusky pink. Using leather, suede, fur and blended-fabric, the designer imbued a distinctive beauty into the collection.

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