By: Nicolette & Rachelle Lupton

Day five of Vancouver Fashion Week was all about the Femme Fatale.  Lace, sequins, black & gold, sultry and sexy strutted down the runway.  A standout night with very thought-provoking and innovative collections were showcased.

Coveted designers were:

AIAIE – this collection made you want to slow down time to inspect every angle of each piece.  The details, combinations and layering were so exquisite it was hard not to view these pieces as carefully constructed art.  Designer, Hegedűs Zsanett, clearly drew inspiration from architecture and the finishing touches of inserting shadows was sensational.





Images: Peter Jensen

Joffrey Mongin, who had a striking resemblance of a young Yves Saint Laurent, displayed a stunning collection of both work and evening appropriate pieces.  A great combination of sleek silhouettes and geometric patterns creating a common theme of deep V’s.  Very tres chic indeed!

Joffrey Mongin

Vancouver Fashion Week

Images: Peter Jensen

You just can’t beat black & gold as the most deliciously luxe combination that Aizel brought to us!  Everything about this collection was purely stunning!  The stern hats paired with soft textures – perfection!  The charming and super cute designer, Minnie Jo (what a fab name!), came all the way from Australia and we managed to catch a few precious minutes with her back stage – stay tuned for our interview with her!



Vancouver Fashion Week

Images: Peter Jensen



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