Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Brunswick Square Fashion Show...

Last Wednesday kicked off a couple weeks' worth of fashion focused events with Brunswick Square's annual fall fashion show. Make-up was done by Perfumes Plus, using Chanel cosmetics. The models' faces were marked with the iconic double C logo of Chanel, as done in on recent Chanel runways. A few stylists at Hairacy's created looks styles for hair that, in their own right, were attention-grabbing.

At the door we received a program for the show as well as a bulleton for the Fashion Forward event (that I blogged about last week), which includes a list of what special things the participating stores will be offering and a coupon for a specifically prepared fashionista cocktail at the Canterbury's after party.

Below is a selection of my favourite outfits from Brunswick Square's fashion show:

The scene was decorated by Spurs.
The initial preview walk \.
Front row seats.
Loved this retro hair style by Adam Donnelly.
Chic look from Colwell's (Ladies).
Loved the leopard print blouse as well as both pairs of boots
Colwell's is carrying more ladies footwear this fall
Great admiration for these Michael Kors bags from Colwell's (Ladies).
This bedazzled bracelet was an eye catcher (Colwell's).
Beautiful plum dress with mesh top from Ladies' Colwell's.
Elegant winter coats from Ladies' Colwell's.
Beautiful dress and blazer, accessorized with a
wine Co-Lab bag from Je Suis Prest Boutique.
Loved the cheetah pumps (The Urban Shoe Myth) and this animal print dress-
these 2 looks from Je Suis Prest Boutique were my favourite. 
Feminine pink dress from Je Suis Prest Boutique.
This faux fur vest on the right from Olsen Europe was another favourite item of mine.
From these Je Suis Prest Boutique looks, I adored
the mustard sweater and the pretty brown skirt.
Faux leather jackets from Pseudio are a chic addition
and I'm a fan of these booties from The Urban Shoe Myth. 
Handsome suits from Mens' Colwell's.
The real show-stoppers were the little ones modelling for Paddington Station.
These cuties melted hearts.

Brunswick Square, along with their participating stores, did an amazing job and somehow even managed to outdo themselves from last year's impressive fashion show. It was a great opportunity for Saint Johners to see the latest styles and must-have items from their favourite stores as while supporting a great cause in Big Brothers/Big Sisters. 

It made an incredible difference having an SLR camera this year, that's for sure! Check out my blog post from last year's show here.

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