Spring/summer 2010 fashion collections by Canadian Designers
Andrew Majtenyiâ€™s softened jet-set dream takes flight in his spring-summer 2010 collection, presented at London Fashion Week.
Andy ThÃª-Anh keeps his razor-sharp, sophisticated edge on a platform of finishing and understated detail.
David Dixon makes another high-contrast outing in this semi-casual line of rolled and ruffled creations.
Schiaparelli was the first designer to put zips on dresses, but Montreal designer Denis Gagnon turned it glamorously organic for spring-summer 2010.
Most designers save their most glamorous looks for last. Not for Even Biddell, who started his parade of futuristic nomads with gunâ€™s blazing!
Ãˆve Gravel returns to Montreal Fashion week after a two-year hiatus, with a streamlined collection imbued with a quiet confidence.
Christian Chenailâ€™s Muse celebrated its 20th anniversary with an easy 50s-inspired spring-summer collection in solid colours and a multitude of textures.
Earth tones, pastels and fiery reds entwine harmoniously in this class act of spring-summer 2010.
Pristine creations usher in spring light in Paul Hardyâ€™s spring-summer 2010 collection.
Rudsak seduces with simple classics and a touch of glamour in a soft neutral palette and bright accents
This eponymous line challenges our perception of the world â€“ and our place in it â€“ with futuristic fabrics and dreamy colours.
Philip Sparks infuses menswear full of fresh ideas for overcast days, sparkling up for spring in a style all his own.