Western Canada Fashion Week has come to an end and I'm left processing what I saw the last three days; I had to let it sink in fully. All I can say - thank goodness for Malorie Urbanovitch. Seriously. The most professional show I have seen yet. The shoes matched (and fit!). The models were polished (courtesy of Mode Models), the hair and make up were stunning (courtesy of Mousy Browns & Nickol Walkemeyer), and the clothing! There are almost no words.
Seriously witchay vibes from these looks.
Clean lines and an incredible colour scheme I liken to the geysers of Yellowstone National Park and prairie fires prevailed. The one garment that absolutely blew my mind was the two-toned grey and rust sheath dress with black piping.
It wasn't just the impeccable attention to detail, Urbanovitch managed to create an atmosphere around her collection. I found myself completely silent (for once) watching in awe of what was presented before me. On top of it all, it was cohesive, not exclusively with the palate, but the over all feel as well. I look forward to see which direction she goes in next fashion week.
prairie fire - slates