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Street Style Trend Report: big, bold necklaces at Toronto Fashion Week

Street Style Trend Report: big, bold necklaces at Toronto Fashion Week
(Image: Erin Simkin)

The editors, bloggers and hangers-on attending the pre-Toronto Fashion Week runway shows at the Andrew Richards Design loft last week all seem to have internalized a lesson that’s as well known to red-carpet regulars and Flavor Flav as it was to the Tudor kings: a big necklace can really make an outfit pop. Rac Boutique co-owner Faith Orfus sported a lethal-looking silver plate from her store, while fashion scenester Lydia Chan wore a profusion of pop-art flowers by Marni for H&M around her neck. Most of the women wearing look-at-me necklaces went neutral with the rest of their outfit (we loved Orfus’s light denim bell-bottoms and structured white tank), but we give PR maven Gail McInnes props for going all-out in a fur coat and leopard blouse. Below, more neckwear from The Shows.

Street Style Trend: statement necklaces
Street Style Trend: statement necklaces
Street Style Trend: statement necklaces
Street Style Trend: statement necklaces
Street Style Trend: statement necklaces
Street Style Trend: statement necklaces
Street Style Trend: statement necklaces

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