Toronto Fashion Week: the best and worst looks from day two (including bigshots Bustle and Target)

Toronto Fashion Week: the best and worst looks from day two (including bigshots Bustle and Target)

Toronto Fashion Week: the best and worst looks from day two designers, including bigshots Bustle and Target (Images: George Pimentel/Getty Images, Jenna Marie Wakani)
 

The second day of Toronto Fashion Week was crammed full of opposing looks: there were gothic, drapey suits from Thomas Balint, glittery formal gowns from Narces and playful beach attire from Bustle. Target deviated from the springtime theme by sending models down the runway in puffy down jackets, plaid shirts and knee-high boots from its fall/winter collection—the only Fashion Week looks Torontonians won’t have to wait until spring to wear. The best pieces of the day were made from ethereal, barely-there materials, like Melissa Nepton’s gauzy blouse and this shift dress from up-and-coming Toronto label Elan and Castor.