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The top 5 looks from Toronto Fashion Week – 2015

Last week, World MasterCard Fashion Week (#WMCFW ) took over David Pecaut Square for its fall/winter 2015 shows. The week-long spectacle showcased hundreds of men's and women's fashion by Canadian and international designers alike.
Here are our top 5 picks for the top looks from Toronto Fashion Week.
HELDER-DIEGO

HELDER-DIEGO

Helder Diego
Helder Aguiar and Diego Fuchs have a very distinct aesthetic - clean, sharp and colourless. Half of this little black dress is made with metallic pleats and finished off with a solid belt - proof that minimalism can be impactful though simple.
Mikhael Kale

Mikhael Kale

 Mikael D
Mikael D finished the week off with two dozen showstopping dresses, including a handful of enormous ball gowns. the look of the evening  was a body-hugging black number with strategically-placed cutouts - a design that would seem done to death save for the tattoo-like illusion beading floating on the model's skin.
narces

narces

Narces
Narces opened with a new take on the '60s shift. Though the rest of the collection looked nothing like it, this dress stood out with its futuristic metallics and peeks of sheer.
Melissa Nepton

Melissa Nepton

Melissa Nepton Montreal, QC designer Melissa Nepton is the queen of drapery; her pieces fold and flow like liquid. In this all-black look, the in-your-face coat is the main attraction, but the tailored wool pants deserve just as much credit.
Sid Neigum

Sid Neigum

Sid Neigum
Sid Neigum never ceases to amaze with his architectural garments. This time around, he used subtly pleated white fabric to form a gawk-worthy origami dress.

Top Looks for winter 2015

The Edgy Pixie

scarlett johanssonThis season the usually sweet pixie cut gets a serious makeover with shaved sides, spikes, and tons of texture. This look can be rebellious and feminine at the same time and really accentuate the sexiness of your cheekbones, neck, and jawline.