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Toronto Fashion Week

Carlos Osorio - Staff Photographer

I am probably the least qualified person to blog about fashion week.

Please know that in advance.

I can't tell you about the hot new designers or the parties that everyone is buzzing about or if any celebrities are in town. I have none of that information. 

However, if you want to know what fashion week is like for a normal guy then keep reading.

Photographer Bernard Weil and myself are the two photographers covering fashion week. Bernie has a ton of experience covering these events. Milan, Paris, Rome, New York the man has done it all. My resume is a little less glamorous. I think the last fashion show I covered before this week was a little pet fashion show (in the same building oddly enough) during Woofstock. No Joke.

Throughout this week I will try and blog some of the things that happen off the runway and generally things that I find interesting. I will also be putting up some of Bernie's runway photographs.

Hope you enjoy.

A woman uses her phone before the start of the Juma show.


Models in hair and makeup backstage.


Models during the Juma show.


A security guard watches an entrance to one of the backstage areas.


Make-Up artist getting some instructions on what to apply to models.


Model Naro Lokuruka during the Juma Show.


The next photographs are a small sampling from the Holt Renfrew, Izma and Juma shows.

These photographs were taken by Bernard Weil.


Holt Renfrew











Carlos Osorio also cronicled a day in the life of three Fashion Week models


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