Rachel Sin collection rocks the runway at Fashion Week

Spring 2015 collections to debut in Toronto by Oct. 25

The Spring 2015 collection by Rachel Sin saw many floral pieces. Here, a model walks down the runway in a yellow cutout dress. Christine Hogg

Flowing turquoise gowns, floral prints, oxblood skirts and dresses and cobalt blue pieces were all the rage Wednesday night at World MasterCard Fashion Week in David Pecaut Square. Local Canadian designer Rachel Sin debuted her Spring 2015 collection alongside other prevalent designers like Christopher Bates and Mackage.

Models sported chic wavy bobs and sultry makeup as they walked the runway. Born in Toronto, Sin has participated in WMCFW since 2011 and launched her original line back in 2009. With a background in architecture, her fashions reflect modernity and aesthetic appeal. She has long been praised for producing fashions that are both feminine and wearable for women.

World MasterCard Fashion Week debuted on Oct. 20 and wraps up the evening of Oct. 25.

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By: Christine Hogg
Copy editor: Erin Sandel
Posted: Oct 23 2014 11:22 am
Filed under: Arts & Life Features