I still feel high from my experience working the Line Knitwear runway show at World MasterCard Fashion Week in Toronto last night.
From the cozy belted knits to the metallic skirts, the entire collection was somewhat futuristic yet approachable, comfortable and casual. The models in simple white turtle necks and round sunglasses gave the collection a semi-galatic feel, but the thick, wooly knits brought the clothing back to earth.
My adrenaline was pumping as the models with their hair loosely tucked into a the necks of their sweaters bounced down the runway to an upbeat sound track featuring a remix of Lana Del Rey.
Those sitting in the rows around me couldn’t stop raving out loud or on Twitter about how fantastic they thought the collection was.
Since I attended the fashion show with my internship I was only able to capture the event through the lense of my iPhone.
Check out what I wore and see the runway show from start to finish below!
I had to wear black on black, so I wore a black leather skirt from a boutique in Toronto, a silk Aritzia blouse, a silk Aritzia slip dress underneath and a J. Crew necklace to spice up all that black!
The snowy weather forced me to wear my black suede fur collared coat to stay warm!
The magical designer team pass!
In between runway shows.
Preparing for the Line Knitwear runway show.
A look from the Line Knitwear runway show.
Another look from the Line Knitwear runway show.
The finale of the Line Knitwear runway show.
Designers of Line Knitwear, John and Jenn, pose with models wearing the collection after the show as they wait for the media.
The media scrum crowded around John and Jenn!
I already cannot wait for next year!