The second day of Montreal Fashion Week was another style-filled event. With attending three shows and tons of fellow fashionistas to chat with, I was one busy bee. The fashions on the runway were all different: a 1950’s inspired collection from Annie 50, a modern, Asian and gothic infused collection from Anomal (this was the highlight of the week, by the way) and Soia & Kyo with clean urban looks sprinkled with a retro twist.
Here is my take on my third day at Montreal Fashion Week and the shows I saw:
Annie 50 was very feminine and flirty. I felt like the clothes were out of an old French movie, all that was missing was a bottle of wine and a vintage bicycle…I appreciated the natural fabrics and the easy separates in delicate prints.
Next up was Anomal, and I was delighted to see that this show was innovative, interesting, fashion forward and (how refreshing) well-made. A mixture of texture and color, this show was fun to watch and each piece would be a modern statement.
A gold sequin Kimono? I mean, c’mon, that just rocks.
And get this: to get a dewy look on the models’ eyelids, the makeup team was using clear Covergirl Shineblast lipgloss. Talk about multi-purpose gloss.
The show was typical Soia & Kyo, with clean lines and a simple sporty vibe. These clothes were basics with hints of detail and levity. I enjoyed the color and the infusion of sequins in the show which demonstrated how these classic shapes should/could be staples for anyone.
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