After five amazing and busy days, where I was invited to the Toronto Fashion Week to see the new Spring collection 2015 of the best Canadian designers, I had to go back to my reality.
Unfortunately, Toronto Fashion Week is over, but there are some unforgettable moments of the spring 2015 collections that was hitting the runways. During these past few days, I noticed what are the colours, fabrics and styles that were dominate on the catwalk.
I can't wait to wear these spring 2015 trends. actually I don't mind to skip the long winter and pass right away to spring :) .
Here are the next season trends, so you can start planning your wardrobe and your budget in advance:
1. Rich colours:
Melorie Urbanovitch showcased an easy to wear collection with casual silhouettes in a bright and rich colours. The key is to go bold and think out of the box.
2. Sculptural silhouette:
Sid Neigum, the talented designer who won the Mercedes-Benz Start Up Contest this year, showcased an origami inspired pieces , in a neutral colours (black, white and grey) and with a clean and fresh touch for his spring collection.
Mikael Kale also represented in his spring collection in sharp architectural shapes and origami-inspired detailing, but with sex appeal into it. The sculptural pieces were balanced perfectly with sheer fabrics and pastels colours.
3. Feminine dresses
Spring 2015 is all about dresses. Caitlin Power's outstanding presentation was Featuring 12 modern and fashion forward dresses in colour blocked with peekaboo details.
The stylish dresses of Blak. I' s spring 2015 collection were in a different length and with an abstract prints in white, blue and black.
4. sporty chic
Melissa Neptune showcased a sporty chic collection for spring 2015, which are very trendy right now. The design is fresh and effortless, while the ocean colours are the ultimate spring-summer signature .
Eliza Faulkner's spring 15 collection is all about the sporty details as well. the feminine pieces also in blue and white platte is a prove that sporty look can also be chic and stylish.
Author : Liat Neuman - Fashion blogger at Yomanchic