Posts Tagged ‘Fashion’

New York Fashion Week Spring 2019 Runway Looks

With New York Fashion Week Spring 2019 coming to a accurate tomorrow, the latest runways in the Huge Apple have brought the most stunning airstrip trends for the season ahead. From femininity with an eccentric twist at Marc Jacobs to glamorous gold dresses at Michael Kors, the New York catwalks have showed us everything from trousers to eveningwear. As we reflect on the trends from leading American designers for the…

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Toronto Fashion Week Spring 2019 Day 2 and 3

Last night, the merriment at Toronto Fashion Week SS19 officially came to a grand end, with Day 3 of TFW wrapping up the three-day extravaganza of shows and panels. Over the past two days, Real Style had the opportunity to catch both rising and renowned Canadian designers on the Yorkville runways and in the RESET studio showroom. As we look back on the Spring 2019 season of Toronto Fashion…

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Tabitha Simmons On Shoes, Motherhood And Life In The Fashion Lane

“I first look at their eyes and then I might look down at the feet, but it’s beyond doubt eyes first. My mother would kill me if I wasn’t like that,” laughs Tabitha Simmons

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Toronto Fashion Week Spring 2019 Day 1 Runway Roundup

Yesterday, the Spring/Summer 2019 season of Toronto Fashion Week officially kicked off in the city’s Yorkville area, and once again featured the restore of Canadian designers to the local runways. Real Style was seated front and centre in the front rows of the shows, and had a chance to see the latest and greatest from homegrown design talents. Here’s our roundup of Day 1 at TFW, which featured everyone…

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Toronto Fashion Week SS19 Hits Toronto From September 4-6

With summer officially coming to a accurate in the 6ix, it’s almost time for Toronto Fashion Week to hit the city’s chic Yorkville area. The semi-annual fashion event runs from Tuesday, September 4 to Thursday, September 6, and is once again expected to feature a lineup of RESET studio presentations and airstrip shows from Canadian designers.  

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Canadian Designer Christopher Paunil On Fashion, Art & Youth Mentorship With UForChange

Recently, Real Style had a chance to attend the UForChange Vivacity 13 gala at Daniels Spectrum in Toronto. The annual evening of fashion and arts features Canadian eveningwear designer Christopher Paunil as a design leader, and highlights creative talent among the community’s youth. With Christopher Paunil presenting an upcoming airstrip show at Toronto Fashion Week on September 5, it’s certainly been a busy few months for the homegrown brand….

Futuristic Fashion Is The Way To Go On The Fall 2018 Runways

When we look to the Fall 2018 runways, it certainly seems that the future has arrived. Designers are increasingly turning toward futuristic fabrics, metallic textures and tech inspired designs in order to update their aesthetic.

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Strappy Dresses Are Instagram’s Best Minimalist Fashion Choice

While we have seen bounty of spaghetti straps this year in the form of ballgowns and blouses, there’s nothing quite like a strappy day dress to perfect your casual wardrobe statement of the day. Luckily for anyone wondering how to transition their style from the dog days of summer to the end of season, strappy minidresses can easily be layered and accessorized.

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August Fashion Essentials To Grab Now

Whether you’re off with your girlfriends, effective or relaxing with family this season, we’ve curated a few sartorial prerequisites to add to your wardrobe for the final full month of summer. Look no further than these fashionable staples for August.

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How To Rock A Straw Hat Like A Fashion Guru

From the beach to the city streets, the sartorial possibilities for this look range from easy and breezy to classic and chic. We’ve curated a few outfit thoughts, as blemished on Instagram, that just might encourage you to rock a straw hat this season.

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