The 4th day of Toronto Fashion Week happened to fall on March 17th, St Patrick’s Day. That was probably the day that I had the most trouble dressing for, as I had to literally RUN to a lecture (and do pushups for being late), and I ended up finalizing my outfit seconds before leaving my house.
I thought it would be EXTREMELY clever to wear green, but to be low-key about it by wearing olive green. Oh. So. Clever. Continue reading on St. Patrick’s Day we wear green, + hairspray for dummies
Compared to Day 1, coming to David Pecaut Square on Wednesday was like a movie (well, almost). I got there a little bit early, and just got attacked by street style photographers. Granted, I did go a little more “full out” this time around, as Day 3 showcased some of the week’s biggest shows: Narces, Pink Tartan, and Mackage. Continue reading Toronto Fashion Week – wednesday’s details
This is actually my first time attending any Fashion Week, though I have stalked numerous photos from events all across the globe. I already had a good sense of what to expect, how to dress for that “street style” thing, and what shows I would be most interested in. Continue reading Toronto Fashion Week – monday’s details