There are some members of the fashion public who don’t believe that a home furnishings and decor company should be allowed a spot on the runway. There are some who belive they just don’t belong, I wonder if these people have eyes. Say what you want the Korhani Home runway show is one of the most entertaining and well produced shows every season, and I’ve been lucky enough to see each collection since their first in person. This season I’ve already said I couldn’t make it but again I went through the pics and as expected the Korhani Home collection was Gorgeous!
Please believe that these pieces that the models are wearing are made of carpet but damnit if I wouldn’t rock one of those pieces and be like “and what!” “I dare you to tell me I don’t look A MAY ZING!” LOL! I would too! Pics are below!
Photos Courtesy of Paul Ross for Opique
What can I say about this collection? It’s on fire for one. For two its bold, sexy and confident, all the things I love in a collection. Matis collection showed on the 3rd day of Fashion Week, and as I still couldn’t make it to the tents I never saw the show in person. I again had to rely on the pictures and can I tell you I am blown away, I love this collection. Please tell me the Silver Sequin pant suit is not EVERYTHING! The prints, and colours used were unexpected and choosing to construct them into maxi dresses and jumpsuits, was just brilliant. This collection gave you everything all wardrobe options were covered, from day to evening you could do no wrong.
Check out the pics…
Photos Courtesy Paul Ross for Opique…
Day 2 collections World Mastercard Fashion Week
Bustle…(not the entire collection)
Photos courtesy of Mirian Njoh for Opique
Hello hello I am back from my hiatus don’t read anything into the timing. Ha! What better way is there for me to jump back into writing than by reviewing the shows for Toronto Fashion week. Like most major cities around the world that host a national and in some cases international Fashion week there are shows that take place surrounding and during the official Fashion Week; Toronto is no exception. In Toronto the Fashion fun starts this week and this is my first review for the season. Yay! I am familiar with Laura Siegel but have never reviewed any of her collections. So here we go….
Laura Siegel’s Spring/Summer collection takes me to the Australian outback where cacti and lizards roam. This collection is for the girl with a bohemian style that likes to mix the ruggedness that is suede with the lightness of linen. The accessories were completely complimentary in that they completely finished each look. Wide-brimmed hats were perfectly paired and felt appropriate for this sun-loving collection. Along with long necklaces and layered scarves perfect for keeping sand out of the eyes. Her colour palette was muted with sea-foam greens, tans, taupes, and pale blues. Perfect for blending into the landscape. This whole collection could comfortably be packed for a weekend in the Outback. Check out the photos below.
Photos courtesy of Marian Njoh for Opique