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Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five

Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
(Images: Jenna Marie Wakani, George Pimentel/Getty Images)

Between Stephan Caras’s glittery gold pantsuits and HD Homme’s metallic blazers, the final day of Toronto Fashion Week was the flashiest yet. (Especially compared to yesterday’s relaxed separates from designers like Soia and Kyo and Malorie Urbanovich). Show-goers were treated to high-intensity looks, particularly from Mikael D, who presented a collection of elaborate gowns and even sent a model down the runway in a dramatic wedding ensemble. The best outfits came from Brit Wacher and Mikhael Kale, whose asymmetrical silhouettes occasionally landed in that sweet spot between avant-garde and wearable. Here, the best (but mainly, the most ridiculous) looks from the final day of Toronto Fashion Week.

(Images: Jenna Marie Wakani, George Pimentel/Getty Images)
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five
Toronto Fashion Week: some of the best—but mainly, the most ridiculous—outfits from day five

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