Toronto Fashion Week

Toronto Fashion Week®, is an event showcasing fashion, art, music and culture which takes place in Toronto’s revitalized and most prestigious luxury retail neighborhood, Yorkville Village. Occurring twice a year, the event hosts national and international designers, entertainers and the fashion community to create a touchpoint where fashion is embraced and celebrated. As the leading fashion event in Canada, Toronto Fashion Week creates a catalyst for media engagement, retail activity and global connectivity.

Each day will kick off with a live taping of the Fashion Talks™ podcast, presented by CAFA™ and hosted by Donna Bishop in the studio, located on the upper level  of Yorkville Village.

From there, guests will enjoy collection presentations on the runway or in studio by a bevy of talented designers, including Andrew Coimbra x UNCUFFED, Christopher Bates, HAYLEY ELSAESSER, Nonie, Pedram Karimi, Triarchy, UNTTLD and more.

Join the #shopcanadian movement at the RE\SET™ Designer Showroom, an engaging, consumer-facing market space located on the upper level of Yorkville Village. Open to the public daily from 12 – 9 PM during Toronto Fashion Week, fashion enthusiasts will have the chance to meet designers in person and shop collections on the spot from Canadian brands including Grayes, Biko, Dolorous, Alan Anderson and Cuchura, who will join presenting designersChristopher Bates, Pedram Karimi and Hilary MacMillan inside the RE\SET™ Designer Showroom.

Want more shopping options? Join UNTTLD for a Spring/Summer ’18 Collection Shopping Event at TNT after their runway show (Mon., Feb. 5 at 7:30 PM).

Closing out Toronto Fashion Week is the much-anticipated fourth annual Fashion Heals event – a vibrant fashion show that aims to raise awareness and funds for SickKids Hospital. The memorable event will see SickKids patients, caregivers, doctors and television personalities such as Cheryl Hickey (ET Canada), Gregoriane Minot-Payeur (Real Housewives of Toronto), Joan Kelly Walker (Real Housewives of Toronto), Marci Ien (The Social), Pooja Handa (CP24 Breakfast) and Cynthia Mulligan (CityNews) as the models. Tickets to the impactful fundraiser are sold out!

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Please note that from January 31st to February 08th, access to Yorkville Village through The Lane, off Yorkville Avenue will be closed. To access the shopping center please use one of our alternate entrances located at 18 Hazelton Avenue, 55 Avenue Road, 87 Avenue Road or through our parking garage.

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