Another season has come and gone, and so has Toronto Fashion Week (TFW) S/S 2020. As per every season, View the Vibe brings you all the hottest looks and trends for the upcoming year. The collections were displayed at a brand new venue, FASHION HOUSE, described as a non-traditional, dynamic space located in the heart of the Yorkville neighbourhood (78 Yorkville Ave). Spring/Summer of 2020 is looking bright with tons of mixed textures, colours that pop, and a hint of nostalgia to keep that 90’s #VIBE alive.
Here’s Our Re-cap of the Hottest Looks at TFW S/S20
Day 1 hosted the latest and greatest collections from some of Canada’s greatest designers: TFW veterans Hilary MacMillan and Farley Chatto, along with newcomer brands 90’s Kids, TOMÉ and Adrian Arnieri. Ranging from classic and ‘seasonless’ to trendy and hip, there was something for everyone to kick-off the week.
Day 2 brought captivating collections full of cocktail dresses, evening wear, and couture gowns. Notable is the return and debut of Pink Tartan’s Kim Newport with her new collection described as ‘a modern girl’s guide to glamour’, offering up timeless classics for special occasions. Other Day 2 showstoppers include RVNG, NARCES, and Anisha Kumar.
Day 3 kicked off with newcomer Maison Elama and a collection of ethically-sourced, high-quality furs presented in both vintage and modern styles. In the evening, SENTALER launched its campaign for the fourth consecutive year in partnership with SickKids Foundation. Proceeds from the sale of their Signature Ribbed Knit accessories directly benefit paediatric patients around the globe. TFW juggernauts Lesley Hampton and Christopher Bates also showcased collections on the final day of the week, along with the unveiling of photo series XPOSED Icon in the Making, featuring Canadian-born YouTube sensation, actress and model Gigi Gorgeous.
And that just about wraps up our S/S20 recap! We’ve got a lot of great fashion to look forward to next spring, so be sure to start planning your looks now. What were your fave trends for S/S2020? Share them with us in the comments or on social using #TorontoVIBE, and be sure to check out clips from the runway on Toronto Fashion Week’s Facebook page.