No doubt that until now, you’ve had a tough time getting your hands on Canadian celebrity favourite designer Cara Cheung. Beloved by the likes of Keshia Chanté, Tanya Kim, Nadia Ali, CityTV’s Mary Kitchen and MuchMusic VJ Liz Trinnear, it’s our loss that she doesn’t have a fixed abode, but thankfully that’s about to change for the Toronto designer. For a brief week in June at least.
Until June 8, Cara Cheung’s eveningwear and jewellery collection will be available at a pop-up store at 101 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, presented by jacflash. On sale will be a sampling of Cheung’s latest collection, which oh-so-appropriately brings us to that very lineup: her Spring/Summer 2014 offerings.
Having debuted at this past Toronto Fashion Week, Cheung’s collection puts off a bad-gal vibe, mixing body hugging pencil skirts with midriff-baring tops. It makes for daring, sexy eveningwear for wild nights on the town as titillating cut-outs and bodycon fabrics show off tanned summer skin. The palette is black, white with neon blasts of lime that make bold statements for the ready-to-wear separates that beg for attention.
My personal favourite is the more modest, long-line, thigh-split skirts, teamed with the little leather, embellished crop, but the beauty of Cheung’s pieces is that they be mixed and matched for your every debauched needs. Because that’s how we bad gals roll!
Iamges via Cara Cheung