Fall from Lace: Coco launches Rococo
As previously reported, Canadian supermodel Coco Rocha had been in a search for the perfect name for her upcoming fashion line and it appears that she has! With reference to the ornate artistic period and her namesake, Rocha has named her collection, Rococo. Clever and cute. She debuted the first piece from her line while co-hosting the Grammy red carpet with ET Canada. The sapphire blue and gold silk 18th century inspired dress had a peek-a-boo gold skirt and definitely stood out on the runway. Look forward to see what the dancing model has coming up next!
BEDO meet Denis
Montreal fashion designer, Denis Gagnon is set to launch an affordable clothing for BEDO. Known for his use of leather and monochromatic looks, it will be nice to know that more people will be able to get a hold of his designers. It's also very nice to see a Canadian designer gaining more support from retailers.
Brotherly Love: DSquared shows their Olympic Spirit
In honour of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics fashion's design duo, DSquared has designed the costumes for the opening and closing Olympic ceremonies. So those outfits you saw last night? All Dean and Dan. On top of that, they have created a limited edition edition Olympic hooded sweater at Holt Renfrew. Fashion meets the world of athletics, what better way to show support for your Canadian athletes this year?