There's a lot to be proud of in Toronto right now. The Blue Jays are in the playoffs, we've got a brand new Prime Minister in Justin Trudeau and the city is abuzz with sartorial excitement as World MasterCard Fashion Week takes over David Pecaut Square to show the Spring/Summer 2016 collections.
From the covetable street-style looks outside the tent to show-stopping ensembles being strutted down the runways, there's an shortage of style inspiration in the city. And though we're clad in our trendiest fall fare (think scarves, chunky knits and heavy wool coats), brands like Sid Neigum, Pink Tartan and Mackage are giving us a glimpse of warmer days ahead on the catwalk.
Party-perfect dresses at Mikhael Kale got a modern spin with floral embroidered knee-high socks, while Mercedes-Benz Start Up winner UNTTLD looked to Spain and Japan to inspire a beautifully belted black-and-white capsule collection well worthy of the $30,000 grant.
To help you sift through five full days of homegrown designs, we've rounded up our favourite looks from the many talented designers at Toronto's fashion week. See which looks would fit seamlessly into your spring wardrobe!