×
36 785
Fashion Jobs
OLD NAVY
General Manager - Pico Rivera
Permanent · Pico Rivera
OLD NAVY
Creative Director - Loyalty & CRM
Permanent · San Francisco
OLD NAVY
Assistant General Manager, Customer Operations - Easton Market
Permanent · Columbus
L’ORÉAL GROUP
Manager/sr Manager, Campus Recruiting
Permanent · New York
L’ORÉAL GROUP
Senior Manager / Manager of Brand Marketing
Permanent · Jersey City
KOHLS
Product Manager - Payment System
Permanent · Menomonee Falls
KOHLS
Full-Time Loss Prevention Officer
Permanent · Framingham
KOHLS
Full-Time Loss Prevention Officer
Permanent · Massapequa
L.L.BEAN INC.
rd Shift Bike Boat And Ski Sales Representative
Permanent · Freeport
L.L.BEAN INC.
Sales Representative
Permanent · King of Prussia
L.L.BEAN INC.
Hunting And Fishing Sales Representative
Permanent · Freeport
L.L.BEAN INC.
Sales Representative
Permanent · Hadley
L.L.BEAN INC.
Sales Representative
Permanent · Fayetteville
ALICE AND OLIVIA
Sales Supervisor - Austin
Permanent · Austin
ALICE AND OLIVIA
E-Commerce Customer Service Manager
Permanent · New York
JCPENNEY
Business Support Specialist - Communications
Permanent · Plano
JCPENNEY
Buyer - Home (Entertaining & Tabletop)
Permanent · Plano
JCPENNEY
Multi District Human Resources Business Partner
Permanent · Jefferson City
JCPENNEY
Product Manager - Customer Account & Loyalty
Permanent · Plano
TIFFANY & CO
Inventory Control Analyst
Permanent · Parsippany-Troy Hills
ULTA BEAUTY
Salon Manager-Hickory Point Mall
Permanent · Forsyth
ULTA BEAUTY
Salon Manager-White Marlin Mall
Permanent · Ocean City

Canadian favourites return to Toronto Fashion Week

Published
today Jan 10, 2019
Reading time
access_time 2 minutes
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Canada’s top designers will make their return to the Toronto Fashion Week runway February 5-7, 2019. 

Narces at Toronto Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 collections. - George Pimentel Photography

 
Canadian favourites such as Hilary MacMillan, Narces, Christopher Bates and Mikhael Kale have been confirmed for the fourth season of North America’s second largest Fashion Week.

They will be joined by up-and-coming designers including Zoran Dobric and Lesley Hampton, who is no stranger to the Canadian fashion scene. 

“As the premier fashion event in Canada, we are dedicated to offering emerging Canadian talent, including models and designers, the opportunity to showcase their work and gain exposure alongside internationally recognized designers,” explained Greg Menzies, Executive Vice President & Project Lead, Yorkville Village – First Capital Realty Inc. 
 
“Knowing this event is more than just a fashion show, our continued partnership with Re\Set allows us to focus on immersing guests in more dynamic, elevated experiences centred around fashion, food, culture and art throughout the growing Yorkville neighbourhood. Canada is a hotbed of culture and this is an opportunity to share it with the world.”
 
Once again, the Re\Set Designer Showroom, which offers a retail experience for both the public and guests of the event to meet and shop directly from designers throughout the duration of Toronto Fashion Week, will return.
 
Other returning events include Fashion Talks, a live podcast produced in partnership with CAFA, as well as the annual Fashion Heals event, a charitable fashion show, which aims to raise funds for The Hospital for Sick Children. 
 
Following the cancelation of Toronto Fashion Week hosted by IMG Canada, the Canadian city saw a slew of new industry events pop-up including Re\Set, as well as the inauguration of TW.
 
The official Toronto fashion showcase was purchased by Peter Freed, president of Freed Developments, in December, 2016.
 
Toronto Fashion Week will take place in Yorkville Village. The official list of designers participating in the showcase is still yet to be announced. 

Copyright © 2019 FashionNetwork.com All rights reserved.