Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Toronto Fashion Week 2018 now with THE COLLECTIONS & RE\SET

@TOfashionwk, the twice a year fashion, art, music and culture event, has incorporated Toronto's
THE COLLECTIONS fashion design and production agency with RE\SET fashion designers. Spring Fashion Week will be in the luxury retail destination at Yorkville Village from February 5 to 7, 2018. (Photo at top of Toronto-based designer Narces showcases at Toronto Fashion Week 2016 Photo credit: George Pimentel)

"The partnership between Toronto Fashion Week and THE COLLECTIONS™ aims to promote more of Canada's talented designers and reform past traditions which includes refreshing and restoring the designer presentation model through new and engaging experiences, as well as direct-to-consumer activations. "We're thrilled to partner, and reunite, with THE COLLECTIONS™ for the upcoming season of Toronto Fashion Week. This partnership allows us to continue promoting and supporting the incredible emerging talent we have in the Canadian market," says Carolyn Quinn, Executive Director, Toronto Fashion Week. "We can't wait to further spotlight Canada's fashion identity and continue to establish Toronto as a premiere destination on the international fashion scene."

Collaborations between the key leaders of fashion in Canada will help to develop and unite the fashion industry and promote Canadian designers here and internationally. Founding partners include Yorkville Village, the Hazelton Hotel, Freed Developments and Hill & Gertner.

"The founding partners have been working diligently to develop programming that will enhance the Toronto Fashion Week experience," says Gregory Menzies, Executive Vice President, and Project Lead- Yorkville Village, First Capital Realty Inc.. "We're honoured by the trust and support of the industry and look forward to making an impact with this high-profile collaboration – this will be a season that won't be forgotten!"

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