Vancouver Fashion Week – s/s 2014 – Day 1

By: Rachelle Lupton

Lights on, music up, models ready!  Day 2 (technically Day 1 of the runway shows) started Vancouver Fashion Week off with an amazing display of Spring/Summer 2015 collections from local and international designers.  This year’s Venue, The Queen Elizabeth Theater, is set up with a fashion tent for the shows, a VIP/media lounge where you have the opportunity to meet and talk to this year’s designers and an indoor and outdoor media wall – perfect for all the fashionistas! 

Pastels, geometric shapes, sharp silhouettes and shiny sequins seemed to be amongst some of the common themes.  The unique designs, both wearable but still statement pieces, strutted up and down the runway.  A great start to the week and we can’t wait to share with you what the rest of the week’s designers brought us. 

Day 2’s coveted designers were:

Akira Kuwabara with his collection of triangular geographic dresses and innovative rework of the trench coat.

Akira Kuwabara

Akira Kuwabara

Images: Peter Jensen

Atiz, bringing her elegant and chic minimalistic ready to wear.


Images: Peter Jensen

And lastly, the highly anticipated Evan Clayton, whose risqué and bold pieces complete with fur accessories, took to the stage in an amazing end to the second night.

Evan Clayton

Evan Clayton1

Images: Peter Jensen


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