Laura Siegel’s barefooted models looked as if they belonged very far away from October in Toronto yesterday—a Mediterranean beach was certainly more their speed. But in ultra-drapey, soft-hued pieces with a worn-in, slightly deconstructed touch, they looked more shipwrecked than beach vacationing. I was thrilled to see a return of Siegel’s coveted knitwear—lighter than last spring’s collection, considering the season, but perfectly executed with a casual, purposefully undone look. Printed, full length body suits and separates walked down the runway, and were followed by gauze-like wide-leg pants and whisper-thin maxi skirts, fringed arm and leg bands, and athletic-inspired shoulder-less henleys—each outfit had in common a ubiquitous white scarf-like headband tied around each head. Lord of the Flies at its best, and with easy warm-weather wearability, a step in the right direction for this LG Fashion Week newbie.
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