We went to Toronto again this weekend. It was a really nice, calm trip. The weather was a little grey and quite cold but we found some new places to eat, had some wonderful conversations with each other, and saw a few more corners of the city. I've updated a few of these places in the Toronto City Guide so if you're interested you can head on over there to check it out!
As a treat for you all I decided to take a few clips as we were walking around and also bring my camera in for a little peek into the Design Exchange's Fashion as Politics exhibit. I really, really loved the Comme Des Garcons lineup in the center of the exhibit since Rei Kawakuboas has long been a favorite designer of mine. She seems to have a quietly determined personality that I admire and does many things well.
There were also a few Alexander McQueen dresses on display mixed in among the political fashion and dresses from Canadian Politicians. The exhibit did a great job of merging the timeline of how people have used clothes to represent their own personal politics as well as fashion choices major politicians have made through the years.