With the gloomy weather upon us, sometimes we need a little inspiration to spice up our wardrobe. Toronto Fashion Week is the perfect event that lets you release your inner fashionista, and it's starting tomorrow. Between February 5-7, Toronto is hosting North America's second largest fashion week. The week will be filled with designers showing off their fall and winter 2019 collections.
Toronto Fashion Week is the largest fashion week in Canada, and the second largest throughout all of North America, just falling short to New York Fashion Week. This year, Toronto Fashion Week will not only be showcasing a variety of Canadian collections but will also be hosting a variety of parking lot parties.
The main hub of entertainment will be taking place in Yorkville at the Yorkville Village Laneway. Other hot spots for the event will be located at the Royal Ontario Museum and the Gardiner Museum.
While there are a variety of events at Toronto Fashion Week that are invite only, there are also a majority of events that are opened to the public. So if you want to experience the second largest Fashion Week in North America, here are the events that you can check out.
On opening night you can see a WUXLY show that is open to the public at 6 PM. WUXLY Movement is a Canadian brand that focuses on high-end winter jackets that are completely animal-free.
There are two events that are open to the public on Wednesday, February 6th that you can also check out. Torontonians can decide to stop into Yorkville Village Laneway for a Fashion Talks with designer David Dixon. Thomas Balint is also having a show that night as well that is open to the public.
On Thursday, February 7th, WRKDEPT is also hosting a fashion show for the public to show off their newest street-line.
There are also some tickets still available for non-public shows which you can check out on their website. While most of them are already sold out, tickets to Christopher Bates show are still available.
For the entire Fashion Week schedule, visit their website here.