Toronto LGFW SS2011 – Day 4

DAY 4:

I managed to miss the first 2 shows of the day today while I was waiting to do my hair and makeup at the oh so fun L’Oreal booth. Since it’s my first time at the LGFW I’m trying out something new everyday. Who doesn’t like a little makeup and hair styling?

Now down to the shows!

I missed the first 3 shows of the day, Lana Dugmag, Fortnight Lingerie and Rita Leifhebber.

Duy by Duy Nguyen’s show was fun for me since I’m a big fan of tuxedo suits and he had an amazing suit both in black and PINK! Another one of my favorite pieces was a long yellow dress, it would be great for an amazing evening party at a mansion. Everything else was in black, white and beige/gold!

Keep tuned in, the next show is on in 10 mins!

Amanda Lew Kee was one of the bigger shows today. Being a local girl and only 21 yrs old, she shows a lot of promise. I liked her presentation, very different from other shows at this season of LGFW. Her last piece of the collection was a very flowy nude colored dressed that got the media buzzing after the show.

Denis Gagnon is a genius! I’m not sure how he managed to make such delicate elaborate fabric out of tassels but he did. His collection made me want to invest on one of his pieces. It was a great choice to put his collection as the last show for this season of TFW! (click here to go to a post dedicated to this runway)

Day 1. Day 2. Day 3

So this post concludes my quick review of each show of Spring/Summer 2011 at the Toronto Fashion Week. Hopefully within the new few days I’ll be able to work on the backlog of all my posts and post pictures of my favorite looks of the week.



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