Top trends:Velvet skimmed the models' bodies in many instances, as with Greta Constantine's taking to the circus looks of velvet capes and gauchos and Jeremy Laing's luxurious lounge pants.When they didn't sport drop crotches, pants remained long and lean, with leather embellishments to spice up a few pairs. In fact, if it was once alive, it looks like fair game for the runway. Leather held strong once again this season for trims and elbow patches, and fur returned to the stage in various guises, including a fox coat by Todd Lynn and a turtleneck with fur sleeves by Denis Gagnon. Ostrich feathers made a special in two Pink Tartan skirt that almost took on lives of their own as they were sashayed down the runway.Cozy fabrics also entered the game, with waffle long johns for Canada Goose and cable knit wool dresses trimmed down by thin black belts for Pink Tartan.Line notes:Can't live without Canadian fashion, showing a medley of 11 of Canada's finest brands.The glam factor:While most outfits looked ready to tuck in for a night by the fire, the black sequin dress with Men Canada Goose Freestyle Vest Mid Grey Australia a sweetheart neckline by TwentyCluny was geared up to go out for cocktails.The takeaway for everyday:True northern citizens can't go wrong with a Canada Goose coat trimmed with fur. Shown in a variety of colours from "summit pink" to graphite the much beloved winter wear was shown over only long johns a look we wouldn't recommend anyone try to pull off in 10 degrees. Cable knit hats with pom poms lightened up the heavy look."It has always been our mandate to source the world for the best of established and emerging brands. Part of our mission is to support our own designers and showcase them on the same stage with the best of international design," said Barbara Atkin, Vice President, Fashion Direction at Holt Renfrew, in a press release.

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