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Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections

Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections
(Images: George Pimentel)

Over the course of Toronto Fashion Week (plus two days of pre-Fashion Week presentations at The Shows), Toronto’s runway watchers took in hundreds of designs by both emerging young designers (Sid Niegum, Bellavance) and mega-brands (Target, Joe Fresh). We sifted through the multitude of garments and chose our favourites—12 looks that are memorable, wearable and beautiful.

Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections
Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections
Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections
Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections
Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections
Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections
Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections
Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections
Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections
Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections
Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections
Toronto Fashion Week: our 12 favourite looks from the spring 2014 collections

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