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10/25/2012

Toronto Fashion Week Day 3

Bernard Weil @bernardweil

Keith Beaty @KeithBeaty

We're half way through Fashion Week and so far there hasn't been any of the lengthy delays I remember when shooting in Paris or Milan or New York. A big thanks to house photographer George Pimentel for keeping things under control in the photo pit.

Below are some of the highlights Keith and I captured both on and off the runway today.

 

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BERNARD WEIL - Sitting still under brights backstage, Toronto model Jill Eisenhauer gets makeup applied.

 

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BERNARD WEIL - A model heads backstage on one of two runways under the tent.

 

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BERNARD WEIL - The Star's Keith Beaty (second row, fourth from the right) gets centre position for the Lucian Matis show, giving readers the best seat in the house. 

 

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BERNARD WEIL - Models wait for final call before their show while last minute nail polish is applied.

 

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BERNARD WEIL -A model gets the finishing touches before the Lucian Matis show. Fifteen stylists at the show will go through twenty five cans of hairspray each. 

 

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BERNARD WEIL - Models strut their stuff at the Lucian Matis show.

 

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KEITH BEATY - Always a Fashion Week favourite, rug design studio Korhani showed off their "collection" of frocks made from carpet samples. 

 

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BERNARD WEIL - A model heads down the catwalk at the Lucian Matis show under the watchful eye of buyers and media. 

 

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KEITH BEATY - Keith gets sme eye contact during the Lucian Matis show.

 

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BERNARD WEIL - Models strut in sync at the end of the Lucian Matis show.

 

Check out the video I shot, A Minute with Joe Fresh.

 

 

 

 

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