Greta Constantine Celebrates 10 Fashion-Forward Years

Runway looks at Greta Constantine’s fall 2016 collection (photos:

Greta Constantine, the popular Toronto-based fashion line, closed Toronto Fashion Week recently with a bang as the design duo celebrated their 10th anniversary with an memorable runway presentation. Designers Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong left the audience in awe as they put on the most exciting and high-energy show of the week. It was a pleasure to attend and witness such a fun and empowered collection. The marching band that closed the show with their rendition of Pharrel’s Happy was particularly cool, and literally had the crowd dancing in their seats.   Continue reading “Greta Constantine Celebrates 10 Fashion-Forward Years”

Pink Tartan Impresses At Toronto Fashion Week

Some of the many chic looks at Pink Tartan’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection.

Last week I had the pleasure of attending Pink Tartan’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection, one of the most sought-after fashion shows during World MasterCard Fashion Week (WMCFW) at David Pecaut Square. It was pretty cool to see such a popular show for my first time at Toronto Fashion Week.  Continue reading “Pink Tartan Impresses At Toronto Fashion Week”

#TheGaySweater Debuts During Toronto Fashion Week

There’s an inherent connection between fashion and raising awareness for important social causes. And a unique one was ignited this past Tuesday during Toronto Fashion Week (WMCFW). #TheGaySweater, the world’s first and only 100% ‘gay’ object, made its debut at David Peacut Square, the centre of WMCFW. I was asked to help promote the very cool and progressive social movement and it was a pleasure to help spread the word.  Continue reading “#TheGaySweater Debuts During Toronto Fashion Week”