I missed the designer but I got to play in his designs.Â On Saturday I made a quick trip to the private shopping area at Holt Renfrew and played dress up.Â Every leather jacket made my waist look tiny.Â They totally fit like a glove.Â The fur was outrageous.Â I like the androgyny of both the mens and womens lines.
Todd Lynn price points are relatively cheaper than other brands doing leather with the same aesthetic.
I even was recruited to model Todd Lynn for a customer. She was trying to decide what items to pick up from the trunk show.
I was invited to the preview ofÂ The Blanket Statement in the Hudson’s Bay Company Shop on Queen Street.Â The Blanket Statement is a collaboration that saw 10 Canadian designers rework the traditional Hudson’s Bay Point Blanket into coat. In addition to unveiling the 10 one of a kind coats, the event also showcased new items created for the Hudson’s Bay Company Shop.
Specialty items from fashion to home to collectibles have been created by several Canadian fashion designers and artisans — encompassing everything from organic T-shirts to artisanal maple syrup cubes to women’s recycled fur accessories.
My favourite coats are a toss up between Comrags and Smythe.
It wasn’t just womenswear designers, Krane and Klaxon Howl created something for the guys.
The new collection at the Hudson’s Bay Company Shop included custom made canoes, canoe paddles, Pink Tartan Hudson’s Bay Point cardigans, $75 pure maple sugar cube (I was astonished at this item to be honest. I even had to twitpic it.), specially made tshirts from Shared, chocolates, chunky sweaters, Virgina Johnson printed scarfs, Point blankets, fur hats and stoles.