Fashion

6 Stand Out Looks From Ottawa Fashion Week SS14

With fashion month nearly over and Ottawa Fashion Week now behind us, we selected six stand out looks from the Spring 2014 runway presentations at OFW.

Photos by André Bergeron

Photos by André Bergeron

 

With Milan, London and New York now in our rear view, and Paris currently underway (our fashion director Tiyana Grulovic is there now!), fashion month is nearly over. But, amid the flurry of sheer and pastels, the Selenas and Minajs, Canadian fashion weeks presented their wears in Montreal, Vancouver and Ottawa. On our radar today, Canada’s capital.

Being from Ottawa I have had the pleasure of watching OFW grow from the early days with a square runway (Arts Court!) to the National Art Gallery of Canada, one of the most prestigious venues in the city. Though, I never expected it to hop across the river to the province of Quebec—I mean, would NYFW show in Jersey? Trading in location for space (size does matter), Ottawa Fashion Week showcased collections from across Canada over three days at the Hilton Lac Leamy in Gatineau.

Tell us about your favourite shows from Ottawa Fashion Week in the comments or by tweeting us @FLAREfashion!

NSFW

Plaid sleeves on a semi-tailored boyfriend jacket? Say no more!

MoustacheOFW

Beaucoup Fashion House SS14 // Photo by André Bergeron

 Pastel Princess

Flowing gowns in bright pastels walked the catwalk at Zarucci.

ZarucciOFW

Zarucci SS14 // Photo by André Bergeron

Ice Cold

Crop tops and lengthy skirts—perspective play!

Helmer SS14 // Photo by André Bergeron

Helmer SS14 // Photo by André Bergeron

Monochromania

There is nothing better than a power suit, especially in bold prints.

Rachel Sin SS14 // Photo by André Bergeron

Rachel Sin SS14 // Photo by André Bergeron

Midnight Ball

Prophetik reimagines Cinderella

Prophetik SS14 // Photo by André Bergeron

Prophetik SS14 // Photo by André Bergeron

The Beehive

Honeycomb prints in black and white spotted at Joseph Ribkoff.

Joseph Ribkoff // Photo by André Bergeron

Joseph Ribkoff // Photo by André Bergeron