Toronto Fashion Week, Reset Strike Strategic Partnership for 2018

TORONTO: Canada’s newly revived Toronto Fashion Week is embracing disruption in 2018.
The event has united with Reset creators The Collections to bring a hipper, see-now-buy-now imperative for today’s digital age to its evolving global platform for Canadian designers.
“In fashion things change quickly. So we are reforming Fashion Week to give our designers new ways to present their collections and promote themselves more adeptly in today’s market,” said Carolyn Quinn, executive director of Toronto Fashion Week.
To that end, the next edition of Toronto Fashion Week, running from February 5-7, will feature Reset’s street-spirited, multiplatform approach.
Indeed, after its 2016 shutdown by IMG Canada due to lack of funding, this new incarnation of Toronto Fashion Week hit the pavement running in September with more arts and culture programming in the mix, as well as the launch of its “In Conversation” series, which brought French fashion icon Jean-Paul Gaultier to Toronto for the first time.
Yet across town Reset was also showcasing its own “disruptor” event at the same time to glowing reviews.
Now in its third season, Reset has earned mounting favor for its emphasis on social media and technology, its raw studio spaces and its flexible, interactive approach to fashion which includes virtual reality,

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Source: Women’s Wear Daily
Toronto Fashion Week, Reset Strike Strategic Partnership for 2018

Toronto Fashion Week, Reset Strike Strategic Partnership for 2018

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