Fall/winter 2010 fashion collections by Canadian Designers
Andrew Majtenyi makes a subtle commentary on the future of the economy with a cautiously optimistic collection for fall-winter 2010.
Denis Gagnon’s fall-winter 2010 collection was a moving display of raw and refined sensitivity, as fringe and leather make an otherwise unlikely union.
The light designs of Eve Gravel easily adopt a coy sexiness reminiscent of French New Wave, complete with beret.
The perfect cure for winter is a walk through Joseph Helmer’s fall-winter 2010, a vivacious celebration of bold colours in patchwork.
Marie Saint Pierre gives us deceptive ease and lightness in ol’ basic black for fall-winter 2010.
Melissa Nepton adds a few spatial elements to trendy wrapping and draping to make it figure-friendly for fall-winter 2010.
Peplum tops with ruffles and lace, rosettes and spangled dresses: seduction is a serious business and Nadya Toto is taking no prisoners.
A clean crisp fall day comes as very good news, especially if youâ€™re Master of the Hounds.
For fall, veteran designer Philippe Dubuc presented a nautical-inspired menswear collection aboard a freight ship docked at the Old Port of Montreal.
There has always been something about a man in uniform, and designer Ralph Prophete knows it.