Maybe it’s been a busy Summer for you with vacation and the kids, but when September rolls around it’s back to fashion, kicking-off with Toronto Fashion Week (#TOFW).
This year’s event was held at The Lane at Yorkville Village and The ROM and it has been named one of the top 30 events worth checking out in September. Fashion enthusiasts enjoy a showcase of fashion, art and culture featuring national and international designers, entertainers and the fashion community
Although we were not there, the photos and reports told us everything we need to know. One of the most celebrated highlights was the diversity and inclusion that was apparent in both the models and the designs.
“The stunningly diverse cast of models who walked in Hampton’s Spring 2020 collection, “The Preface,” included representation from all backgrounds, genders and sizes. Among the models were Indigenous activist Sarain Fox and past Kit cover star Anubha Momin.” ~Jennifer Berry, The Kit
The Fashion Community
On the edges of the runway sat some of the most fashionable people in Toronto including fashion and wardrobe stylists, buyers, content creators and one decked out engineering student.
Refinery 29 decided to dig a little deeper to find out, not only who attends TOFW but why. This stylish community is known as the backbone of fashion week’s collections and emerging talent and it’s clear that over the years, they have built a supportive fashion community
And now . . . The Fashions
Of course, we’re sharing the top designs that we absolutely loved on the fashion week runway this year. Browse the entire gallery of our top selections below. Photo’s courtesy of https://torontofashionweek.to