We fell for Rachel Sin‘s structured designs at the last edition of Montreal Fashion Week, and this season was no different. The architect-turned-designer presented a tight collection of workable workwear in neutral hues and comfy fabrics. Pops of coral and jade peppered the collection, while geometric and polka dot prints added a welcome change of pace. While it may not have been the most innovative collection of the week, we could see almost every piece working its way into our wardrobe.
Claudette Floyd’s collection for Rush Couture was perhaps less cohesive but won major points in the creative department. We saw silhouettes we’d never dreamed of, intricate beading and embroidery, and some seriously risky style choices. Peplum bustier over a turleneck? Don’t mind if I do. From cinched fur stoles to floor-length velour gowns and cocooning coats, there was lots to love at Rush.