Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Vancouver Fashion Week FW2014: Day 2

Day 2, and my final recap of Vancouver Fashion Week this season, brought an amazing array of talented designs from the likes of LaSalle College, Na Hyun Lee, Connally McDougall, Maella Fashion Boutique, Grandi's Atelier, and Evan Clayton. To start, Na Hyun Lee's bright neon pieces with flouncy hemlines had me wanting a whole new wardrobe; the bright blue box-pleat skirt is the perfect addition to a bold, flirty look. I also loved the sassy yet classic taste of Connally McDougall's collection, right down to the cute complementing glasses! And on the complete opposite side of the spectrum, Evan Clayton's collection Jenova was feminine, but had a dark seductiveness to it. Congrats to Evan on not only being featured in Vogue UK, but also winning the opportunity to show at Vienna Fashion Week in September!

I stepped backstage with London Drugs to check out the trendy super-high hair do's being prepared for the Grandi's Atelier show. Vancouver Fashion Week Beauty Director Chris Funk walked us through how to create a voluminous french twist with Pantene products, so you can try it at home too!

Blazer-Mustard Seed(via Tobi), Shirt-Cake for Breakfast, Necklace-H&M, Watch-Fossil, Jeans-Banana Republic(DIY & thrifted), Shoes-Nasty Gal

Beauty Director Chris Funk working on a model for LaSalle College show

A hairstylist Louise creates romantic braids for Firan & Rose

Na Hyun Lee

Connally McDougall

Maella Fashion Boutique

Evan Clayton

Happy Styling! xo



  1. Love those ripped boyfriend jeans!

    xo T.

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