Lady Gaga never fails to make a sartorial statement, whether she's slipped into a gown constructed from beef or gone old Hollywood with a finger wave and sleek ensemble. But when she stepped out recently in a rusty-hued suede set, one message was particularly clear to us: Canadian!
The suiting by sister-act Beaufille was particularly recognizable as it was just sent down the runway at the spring shows during Toronto's World MasterCard Fashion Week in October. As a finalist in the Mercedes-Benz Start Up, homegrown designers Parris Gordon and Chloé Gordon showed a capsule collection, which included the exact look Gaga rocked for an outing in New York.
It's no wonder the singer would be a fan of the sisters' stylish wares. With backgrounds in textiles and metalsmithing, respectively, Chloé and Parris have been praised for their technical work, even gaining the recognition of Vogue and Net-A-Porter.
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A combination of two-piece suiting, '70s sensibilities, seasonal hues and modern cutouts, the covetable look name-checks a number of fall trends, featuring a sleeveless, belted vest with matching flared, cropped trousers and an asymmetrical black shirt underneath. The rich suede texture and burgundy hue make the look a showstopper without being over the top - a motto that seems to guide Gaga's style sensibilities of late.
The collection will be available in February 2016.