Tuesday, February 7, 2017

THE COLLECTIONS RE\SET Fashion At The Great Hall

THE COLLECTIONS RE\SET Fashion At The Great Hall
(photos by: George Pimentel; associated press)
Collection by Markoo

On February 6th at the recently restored historic Toronto venue, The Great Hall, THE COLLECTIONS presented night one of RE\SET, featuring some of Canada’s top fashion designers. The showcase was revealed in an innovative format in an effort to reset the thinking around how fashion is presented.

Designers including Sid Neigum, Markoo, Klaxon Howl and Pedram Karimi, all presented their selected looks from current and recent collections.

Sid Neigum showcased eight monochromatic looks in black, white and red from his spring/summer ’17 collection. Toronto-based duo, Markoo put on an impressive show in the Conversation Room showing a stunning collection that focused on pants, outerwear and textured pieces. Klaxon Howl’s men’s wear could be seen downstairs, where the static presentation is projected an air of strength and masculinity of 1960’s Frenchmen mixed South American rebel. Signature avant-garde brand, Pedram Karimi closed off the night with a show accompanied by eccentric musical performance by Montreal-baed singer Apigeon who, while singing, undressed and redressed in various designs on stage, helped by two male models that tended to her every need.
 Collection by Sid Neigum

 Collection by Klaxon Howl

Collection by Pedram Karimi

The beautiful looks on the runway were from beautyBOUTIQUE by Shoppers Drug Mart in partnership with award-winning makeup artist Simone Otis, hair artist Kirsten Klontz and nail expert Melissa Forrest.

RE\SET will present a two-day showroom featuring ready-to-wear designers Namesake, Tara Rivas for TMR, S.P. Badu, Triarchy, accessories designers Dean Davidson, Krane, Cuchara, Dolorous, Uncuffed Leather, and shoes by Zvelle.

xx Do the things you are passionate about; Learn from ones who inspire you; Strive to become an expert at what you do xx
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