MFW18 Day 1 - Nadya Toto

Semaine de Mode Montréal 18
Silvia Di Iorio
Incredible show, and even more incredible dresses. The key colors of the collection were black and gray, with splashes of fuchsia pink – the epitome of femininity. Simple, slim silhouettes that fit close to the body. What was particularly unique and feminine about Nadya’s collection was the black lace that was used on some of the dresses’ sleeves, as well as for entire bodices.

Frills and bows on the shoulders, necklines and bodices, sheer black chiffon fabrics, floral patterned dresses and floral-like textured skirts augmented the femininity that the designer had envisioned for this particular collection. Overall, the rich fabrics and textures made up for the lack of volume.

One-shoulder dresses were also a staple for Nadya Toto this season (Fall/Winter 2010). A dark plum-gray dress that caught my attention was one-shouldered with a pleated silk bow on the shoulder, and gathers under the waistband. Beautiful and chic, but not too over-the-top.

The show ended with three similar sparkly dresses. Again we saw the slim, long-sleeved dresses that were present throughout the show. The very last dress was floor-length, sparkly, with a low-cut back. Simple yet elegant and tasteful for the modern woman.

Ambience SMM18

Ambience MFW18

Photographs by Abir Shah

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