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Vancouver Fashion Week Top Looks

Grandi for a bold and sophisticated woman. | Photo: Simon Lau

After seven days and over 70 runway shows, here are Vancouver Fashion Week top looks that captivated audiences for fall winter 2019 season.

Each night was unique, we saw on the runway balloon dresses, avant-garde artistic looks, youthful Japanese street wear, sensual lingerie and swimwear, slow-fashion European outerwear to sparking South Asian bridal wear.

For 32 seasons, VFW has presented up-and-coming fashion designers from around the world, ranging from rookie talent to establish brands looking to establish a foothold in North America.

Some good, some not so good. 

Here are my Vancouver Fashion Week top looks.

Vancouver Fashion Week Top Looks Grandi Photo Simon Lau
Grandi for a bold and sophisticated woman. | Photo: Simon Lau

Grandi

Vancouver fashion designer Grandi presented her bold, crayon-inspired collection entitled ‘Essential Colours’. Glossy fitted jumpsuits and dresses in every colour of the rainbow were brought to life with the help of matching metallic lipstick and wide-brimmed shades.

Vancouver Fashion Week Top Looks AJOUR Photo Simon Lau
AJOUR, a famous Ukrainian luxury lingerie brand well known by its sophisticated lace and a perfect fit. | Photo: Simon Lau

AJOUR

Base in Ukraine, AJOUR offers sensual, alluring lingerie made from European fabrics that includes loungewear and swimwear. With AJOUR it’s easy to be fashionable and stylish both at the seashore and at home.

Vancouver Fashion Week Top Looks Eklectic Photo Simon Lau
Eclectic is a contemporary fashion label by Agatha Taras. | Photo: Simon Lau

Eklectic & Co

Eklectic & Co by Agatha Taras, a polish fashion designer is inspired by fashion history offers classic and modern European styles. Agatha is inspired by the history of fashion – especially the period of victorian, baroque, style from the 20’s, 40’s, and 50’s of the last century. 

Vancouver fashion week top looks Emelia's Swimwear
Emelia’ s reversible swimwear was interlaced with modest mesh inserts, playful zippers and feminine belts and braids, keeping each piece a balance between functional and stylish. | Photo: Simon Lau

Emelia’s Swimwear

Emelia’s Swimwear, a Canadian brand by Emelie Hausler, transported the audience to a tropical holiday through their collection of luxury swimwear. With the love of travel and warmer sunny destinations in mind, Emelia’s Swimwear is more than just another swimwear company – it’s a lifestyle. 

Vancouver fashion week top looks J Grubenmann
Janie Grubenmann’s puristic styles and unconventional looks are clean and honest. | Photo: Simon Lau

J Grubenmann

Inspired and shaped by her native country’s scenic attractions, Swiss fashion designer Janie Grubenmann brings her cultural imprint and love for quality and slow-fashion. Custom made to order, J Grubenmann offers slow fashion from her studio in St. Gallen.

Vancouver Fashion Week Top Looks Evan Clayton Photo By Dale Rollings @diamondpointphotos
Evan Clayton’s collection drew on references to medieval armour and combat gear, all combined with feminine touches like exposing mesh, soft frills, and brocade designs to create sumptuous daredevil pieces. | Photo: Dale Rollings

Evan Clayton

Vancouver based brand Evan Clayton filled the room with adrenaline with his new collection ‘LIKE HELL’, which fuses art and fashion to create a political, personal, and artistic expression. Smoke rolled out on the runway as models featured bold garments with a theatrical appeal. 

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Sunny’s Bridal luxurious dresses were soft silhouettes and colours ranging from fresh pastels and florals, metallics and bold hues. | Photo: Simon Lau

Sunny’s Bridal

Vancouver brand Sunny’s Bridal presented their dazzling collection ‘The Divine Feminine’. Choreographed to perfection, the show featured five sets of South Asian style lavish dresses, leaving the audience in awe. 

Vancouver Fashion Week Top Looks Authentique Photo Simon Lau
Authentique featured a number of looks that ranged from day wear to shimmering evening wear. | Photo: Simon Lau

Authentique

Egyptian designer Nada Marzouk for Authentique transported the audience into an ancient world and fused a number of eye-grabbing details such as silver sequins, midnight sparkles, and graphics that depicted Egyptian architecture. 

Vancouver Fashion Week Top Looks YONFA Photo Katherine Calnan
YONFA uses basic materials such as wool and cotton to create looks free from fuss that express comfort, elegance and accessible style. | Photo: Katherine Calnan

YONFA

YONFA, a collection from Japanese designer Kim Yonghwa, was the embodiment of accessible, comfortable elegance. In her collection, Yonghwa played with dimensions, offering a range of oversized jackets, crisp calf-length white shirts and sweaters cut at unique yet flattering angles. 

Vancouver Fashion Week Top Looks Singh Styles @STNDRD.PHOTO-Terri Ng-SUN-4859
Singh Styles’ eloquent zebra-printed jacket for men with a scarlet bow tie took centre stage. | Photo: Terri Ng

Singh Styles

Singh Styles collection, a varied line of classy and exquisitely tailored garments for both the male and female form. Which stands out as a confident and creative display of modern tailored style.

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