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In photos: Top 5 must-wear trends from Toronto Fashion Week

Is your wardrobe stuck in time? Need to add some inspiration to your closet? Tiyana Grulovic highlights must-have looks from Toronto Fashion Week

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HITCHCOCK HEROINES — From put-together to falling apart, Hitchcock heroines were a recurring theme throughout the week. At Pink Tartan, they were cool blondes with a dark side (and disheveled wigs), like Marie Eggers.

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Matthew Gallagher, however, took the glamorous route with a collection exploring Grace Kelly's character in To Catch a Thief.

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FUR DETAILS — Not just for coats, fur proved to be an important design feature that ended up in trim on collars at MIZ by Izzy Camilleri...

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gauntlets on coats at Duy...

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and ombre-treated jackets at Mackage.

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BLACK ALL OVER — From rocker chicks at Rudsak...

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to Joe Fresh's homage to minimalism...

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to UNTTLD's deconstruction of the tux, you could say that black proved to be the season's next, well, black.

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'90S GONE GLAM — All apologies to those who don't want to relive the '90s, but the slacker decade continues to influence into next season. For fall, two collections provided the most potent takes: Grunge gone glam at Chloe Comme Parris...

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and austere minimalism at Joe Fresh, in which creative director Joe Mimran got nostalgic about the decade that spawned his first retail empire, Club Monaco.

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ROSE PRINTS — Spring motifs have been appropriated by fall for a few years now. This time, the rose is richer and darker, as seen on the runways at Pink Tartan...

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and Sid Neigum.

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