Hilary MacMillan Spring/Summer 2015 at World MasterCard Fashion Week

My picks from Hilary MacMillan Spring/Summer 2015

My picks from Hilary MacMillan Spring/Summer 2015

Breakdown:

About the Designer: 

  • Hilary MacMillan is a Toronto-based womenswear designer
  • was founded early 2012 with a focus on creating wearable designs for the urban modern woman
  • The use of colour and exclusive prints is a design staple seen consistently throughout her seasons designed, and manufactured locally allowing her to have total control over all areas of production

About the Collection: 
  • Inspiration was derived from the beauty of Canadian summer sunsets 
  • features strong feminine silhouettes in vibrant colours and soft luxurious silks 
  • introduces an exclusive print working closely with her mother and realist painter, Cindy MacMillan 
  • a hand-painted abstract sunset with vivid oranges tones 
  • a cloud print originally painted on canvas which adds the illusion of texture to the fabric 
  • primarily comprised of silks, keeping the collection light perfect for the humidity of Canadian summers with mixes of cottons, and jersey in orange, blues and whites. 
  • Canadian designed and manufactured label retails between $160 and $500 CDN 
  • available at Elle Hardware, Craft & Guile, and online at hilarymacmillan.com and emartcanada.ca 
Review: 
Personally, I love prints for the summer season. Having traveled most of the east and west coast of Canada, I can totally see where her inspiration was drawn from and she gave me a vision into the view she was enjoying through her collection. I like that the fabric of choice is silk which is not only breezy for the heated summer time, and also adds a touch of luxe. Aside from her prints designs, part of the collection is mainly white; which is feminine and simple - a great addition to the ultimate relaxation.

Photo Credits: Cody Bullis (Facebook | Website | Email)