Fashion and The Shape of Water LIVE at Toronto Fashion Week

Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water, a fairy tale of a 1960s janitor and her relationship with a sea-creature captured in the name of science experimentation, earned 13 Academy Award nominations and numerous accolades and awards including: Best Director and Best Score 2017 Golden Globes, BAFTA winner for Best Production Design, Best Original Music, Best Direction, AFI Film of the Year and more.
Costume design incorporates intensive research, character development, garment construction and more to bring to life the story on the screen.
Costume Designer Luis Sequeira (nominated for Best Costume Designer by dozens of organizations including the Academy Awards

Designer Spotlight: Jordan McKay of Hendrixroe

It was a chance encounter with a complete stranger that inspired Jordan Erin McKay to leave law school and follow her dreams to become a fashion designer.
Inspired by the vintage rock & roll and old Hollywood glamour icons, Jimi Hendrix and Marilyn Monroe, HENDRIXROE embodies the epitome of “glamorous rocker couture” with close attention to construction, fabric and fine lines, combining an innovative and unique perspective on the affluent …

Fashion and Pop Culture

Focusing on post WW II and the advent of the teenager as a distinct cultural force, fashion editor Odessa Paloma Parker and fashion academic Becky Halliday discuss select, key moments where fashion intersects with music, film and other culture forces for a broad stroked exploration of eager playmates – fashion and pop culture.