Toronto Fashion Week (TFW) recently hit the Yorkville area with fashion shows and events being held at a few venues in the stylish neighbourhood. The Narces runway show was held at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) to a packed capacity crowd of fashion lovers.
The show had something for everyone...like a colourful box of bon bons! The decadent outfits came in an array of colours ranging from neon orange and yellow, to metallic rose gold and silver, sherbet orange and blue and let's not forget black.. The fabrics also varied from tulle and lace to feather accents and fringe detailing.
In signature Narces style, the ensembles truly represented the various faces of femininity...much like the beloved characters on the hit show Sex and the City (pictured below characters: Miranda Hobbs, Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha Jones and Charlotte York).
A high powered suit-style ensemble in powder pink lace and a structured, elaborate sleeved bolero-style jacket gave a nod to the career-minded lawyer Miranda Hobbs.
Carrie Bradshaw would have swooned over the Narces collection...so may choices! A rose and green taffeta micro-mini one-shouldered dress, a head-turning rose two-piece set featuring a feathered strapless bustier and shimmery skirt, not to mention a pale blue fringed dress perfect for dancing the night away...and for date night with 'Big' a sexy semi-sheer green strapless frock with feather and sequin detailing!
The sweet and traditional Charlotte York would be sitting pretty in a modest classic ivory lace two-piece outfit, classically inspired peacock blue dress with exaggerated skirt and of course wedding dresses to fulfill any romantic fantasy!
Sassy Samantha would definitely steal the show in a turquoise and green feathered gown, slinky romper and a head-turning metallic sequinned slip dress.
Designer Nikki Wirthensohn Yassemi's flair for flirty, feminine dressing definitely brings a dose of glamour to the TFW runway. For more information, please visit the Narces website: www.narces.com
Photo credit: Jack Hathaway
Sex and the City Image: www.theplanetweekly.com