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Joeffer Caoc combined texture and lustre to create modern, feminine silhouettes in his Fall 2012 collection presented last Friday during Toronto Fashion Week. Leather panels detailed dresses giving the Joeffer girl an edge. The collection was on trend with its frequent use of the peplum, and the combination of materials, especially the mixed tweeds and metallics, made the collection appear very versatile. During their final walk, models paraded down the runway to The Sound of Music’s “My Favourite Things,” a fitting song choice for a collection that was a fashion week favourite.
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