Toronto Fashion Week started off with a bang this year, a triple-header that included Beaufille (the re-branded Chloe Comme Parris), Pink Tartan and David Dixon. While the usual suspects packed the front row (think: hair king Jie Matar, model Stacey McKenzie, socialites Suzanne Rogers and Jenna Naumovitch), there was another blond turning heads: Happy Endings actress Elisha Cuthbert.
No stranger to fashion week, the recently married beauty
took in Pink Tartan’s Edie Sedgwick-themed collection and David Dixon’s
fairytale offerings, hot on the heels of an afternoon at the Ritz Carlton
announcing the stylish nominees for Toronto’s premiere parlay into CFDA
territory: the Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards.
“@PINK_TARTAN what a great runway show! #black&white,” Elisha tweeted after Kimberley Newport-Mimran’s models strutted their stuff.
Much like the collections on the runways so far this year, Elisha kept her look neutral and streamlined, with a black, grey and cream patterned skirt and black tank with cascading shoulder straps. Cream pumps, a black coat, dewy skin and sleek, straight locks completed the look.