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The Best of The shOws at Toronto Fashion Week Fall 2014

Once again, Toronto Fashion Week is kicking off with The shOws, the two day offsite showcase of emerging designers whose crop includes Kaelen, Antonio Azzuolo, Steven Tai and Bellavance. Bringing yet another level of creativity and progressive apparel, here are some of the very best looks from the four collections that were unveiled this week.


   One pink pant suit, a grey t-shirt dress and red dress from the Kaelen fashion show

Kaelen Haworth's eponymous label explored the realm of femininity, opting for ample ruffles of pink, peplums and frills. Adding a touch of masculinity, pixelated prints and pant suits were thrown in the mix.

Antonio Azzuolo

3 Trouser Outfits from Antonio Azzuolo's Fall 2014 Show in Toronto

Montreal-born Antonio Azzuolo brought couture tailoring to the table with sharp trenches and fitted jackets. Inky blues and forest greens dominated the collection, while androgynous looking models showed off the occasional patterned knit.

Steven Tai

3 Photos from Seven Tai's Fall 2014 Collection

Oxford shoes, long sweaters and midi skirts were the hallmark of Steven Tai’s collection, who has a lab in his London studio solely dedicated to the deconstructing and re-mixing of fabrications to create the woven jacquard and sparkling tweed coats on display.


3 photos from the Bellavance Fall 2014 collection

Nolan Bellavance and Ava Hama of Bellavance finally showed off their anti-uniform aesthetic, taking the runway with garbage bag pleating on dresses, which they transformed into slick and shoddy-no-more garments.

Images via Brill Communications