Vancouver Fashion Week ss 2015 – DAY 4

 By Nicolette

Just over half way through a week of shows and the VFW front row starts feeling pretty cosy and just like home!  Day 4’s shows were superbly executed in a range of out-of-the-box fresh designs, serene and elegant, seductive and sexy.

Our coveted designers for the night were:

Clara Martin, a London, UK based menswear designer wowed the crowds with her fresh menswear collection consisting of knitted jumpers and shorts, bold stripes and faux fur that drew on childhood memories of the cookie monster.  A fun, playful and youthful collection that spoke volumes with it’s vibrant colour palette.

Clara Martin

Images: Peter Jensen

A modern take on the late 60s, early 70s Hollywood glamour was the first thing that came to mind when I saw this collection by Renata Buzzo saunter down the runway.  The soft feather trimmings, baby-doll silhouettes, sheer skirts and bell sleeves added to the sultriness of this collection along with the smokey eyes and sleek pointy heels.

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Renata Buzzo

Images: Peter Jensen

Laura Lavel was the perfect finish to the night for me, with a sexy and sophisticated collection combining classic silhouettes in an interesting mixture of textured fabrics and bold prints.  It’s no wonder this designer was born in Paris where she nurtured her skills in haute couture and fashion design.  Revealing pants and dresses but done very tastefully.  I’m pretty sure I saw every young dame in the front row gasp and snap pics of these gorgeous pieces.

Laura Lavel

Images:  Peter Jensen




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