Top Fashion Designers in Canada
With various unique fashion pieces ranging from OTT prints to subtle undergarments, the Canadian fashion designers have made their presence felt on the fashion scene globally.
Here are some designers who have infused a new life in the Canadian fashion industry with their creative plans and unpredictable style. Find the dilettantish, mixed patterns of “the Great White North” as we wander from Vancouver to Toronto to reveal the top fashion experts advancing Canada’s fashion scene.
In a short span of time, Adrian Wu, whose origins lie in Ontario, has evolved from a budding designer to a seasoned pro, establishing himself as a dependable name in the Canadian fashion industry. Adrian learned and achieved perfection in the art of sewing after dropping out of the University of Toronto in 2009. The very next year, he introduced his work at Vancouver Fashion Week, officially making his foray into this field. Soon after he was offered a place at the globally acclaimed Istituto Marangoni design school in London.
His works are in some cases questionable – some condemned for being unrefined and phallic, others for having such mysterious implications they leave fashion enthusiasts astounded – yet it is unfailingly noteworthy. His women’s wear collection is frequently more model than garments, with outlines running from foamy, pastel ball outfits to square shaped, clean-cut gowns.
Helder Diego is a Canadian name managed by designers Diego Fuchs and Helder Aguiar. The womenswear brand designs ready-made pieces that are not only chic but timeless as well. A fresh and contemporary feel typifies many of the label’s products that incorporate exciting leather pieces and meticulously cut separates with remarkable features.
Amanda Lew Kee is an ace when it comes to surprising the industry with innovative fashion work. If a certain collection of her is characterised by simplicity and refined delicacy, with crimson hues and frills, she follows it up with a collection that includes all black with sharp cutouts, smooth mesh panels and stylish, elegant fringes. Her work is generally embodied by an underlying emphasis on structure and composition.
Designer David Kollar may have a penchant for laidback style, however, his serene layers and closet staples are designed with a meticulous approach. Kollar lately displayed his Spring/Summer 2017 collection at Toronto Men’s Fashion Week, where vague silhouettes impressed everyone. His love for graphic prints and a gift for streetwear and unisexual dressing is manifested in the products of Kollar aesthetic. His clothes are not only suitable for daily wear but also for professionals such as immigration lawyers in Canada.
All the above-mentioned fashion designers are quickly becoming the most talked about names in the international fashion industry.