World MasterCard Fashion Week Toronto : SS15

Another season of World Master Card Fashion has come and gone showcasing a some of Canada’s best designers. We have made an edited selection of our favourite Spring Summer 2015 looks.


Relative newcomer, Alberta-born Sid Neigum impressed with subtly complex and free- flowing styles and a calm, muted colour palette. Though sleek and understated for the most part, the collection spoke volumes whether it was the beautiful drape, structured form or effortless layers.

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Caitlin represented the power woman like only she can, this time in easy-breezy pieces perfect for that forever-sought-after “day to evening” look. Sharp lines, clever colour blocking and a fierce overall disposition is something Caitlin does extremely well.

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Also proving the old “If It Ain’t Broke…” adage to be true, Matthew impressed once again with a saccharine yet sexy collection. With a clearly great eye on what sets a young girl’s heart a-flutter, Matthew presented a slew of flirty little numbers perfect for the Belle of any ball.

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Having studied in London and worked in Milan, Mikhael Kale is no newcomer to the scene and has in fact a pretty impressive resume under his belt. His collection was a true ode to the female silhouette with hints of that trendy 90s appeal that we’ve all grown to love over the past year. Whether figure-baring, architectural or just plain avante-garde, each look played up a different aspect of female sensibility.

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Story by Dayana Cadet | KA Magazine