Metallic top: H&M (sold out; buy similar styles here and here)
Black cape: Sears (buy similar styles here and here)
Black bodycon skirt: H&M (buy a similar style here)
Polka dot tights: Gap (sold out; buy a similar style here)
Leather bag: Danier (sold out; buy similar styles here and here)
Necklace: c/o Magwood
Shoes: c/o Messeca (buy here)
The first day of Toronto Fashion Week was amazing! Pink Tartan surprised me with her ultra feminine collection. Plus, her opening and closing model was the one and only Charlotte Free, who is such a relevant model in my eyes that I named my boyfriend’s dog after her. It was her debut on the Canadian runway and Pink Tartan was the ideal brand to feature her.
Yesterday, I watched Evan Biddell and the Mercedes Benz Start-Up Competition on the Toronto Fashion Week runways. I was a huge fan of DUY’s capsule collection and I guess everybody else was in the same boat because the Montreal designer won the competition. I’m excited to see what he comes up with for his sponsored show in March.
I wore an unintentionally fortune-teller-esque outfit including a turban, a mystical necklace, and a cape. I wonder where this weird, subconscious inspiration came from………. Anyway! I’m pictured here with Sarah from Magwood, whose rhinestone hair part totally kicks my regular exposed scalp hair part to the curb.
Tomorrow I’ll be filling you in on the shows I saw tonight – Lucian Matis and Mackage – which were absolutely my favourite so far. Ta ta for now!!!