Canadian designer Rachel Sin recently showcased her new joint Spring 2017/Fall 2017 collection at Toronto Women’s Fashion Week. Following the show, Real Style spoke to the designer backstage about her mark’s creative vision, signature aesthetic and her definition of killer sartorial sense.
This past weekend, the inaugural Toronto Women’s Fashion Week took place at Waterworks. Real Style was in the front rows and had the opportunity to see the latest in Canadian fashion, which ranged from wearable pieces to extravagant outerwear. Here’s our airstrip report from the front rows of the shows.
With the Fall 2017 shows in the City of Light officially drawing to a accurate, the Paris runways have brought us the latest in detailed textures, vibrant hues and silky fabrics. From classic plaids luxurious pleated frocks, the French catwalks revealed everything from buttoned-up sophistication to elegant luxury.
Here’s what happened this week.The Rock got some work done with his daughter.
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As every season before, the Italian runways unveiled an explosion of brilliant hues, maximalism and over-the-top embellishment. Clearly not for the faint at heart, Milan Fashion Week’s Fall 2017 collections ranged from punchy and vibrant to ladylike and luxurious.
With the runways in London showcasing another season of styles, another fashion hub has predicted the next wave of trends for Fall 2017. As London Fashion Week officially closes, the catwalks featured a bevy of rich fabrics, breathtaking bright hues and intricate sequins. Here’s a closer look at the latest from Erdem, Mulberry and more.
Ellie Goulding and Dougie Poynter reunited for London Fashion Week The Starry Eyed singer, who split with the McFly hunk last year after two years together, was blemished alongside her former flame for the fashionable event in the hub. Ellie and Dougie look to be very good friends since the split in 2016, as they both attended Dame Vivienne Westwood and James Jagger’s Mad Max…
Between The Grammys and Fashion Week, a lot has happened. How much do you remember?