Montreal-based KQK debuts sexy androgynous Fall/Winter 2018 collection at Toronto Women’s Fashion Week


Montreal-based KQK debuts sexy androgynous Fall/Winter 2018 collection at Toronto Women’s Fashion Week

Montreal-based womenswear label KQK returned to the Toronto Women’s Fashion Week (TWFW) runway with their Fall/Winter 2018 collection on Wednesday, March 15, 2018. Notables expected to attend include Cindy Sampson (Private Eyes), Natasha Negovanlis (Carmilla), Rachael Ancheril (Wynonna Earp), Juno nominee AmmoyeAlicia DeaJeanne BekerAinsley KerrCory Lee (Giant Little Ones), Melanie St. PierreCarly StojsicGlen Baxter, and Barb Atkin

The KQK FW18 collection has been created to empower the wearer through an array of strong and dramatic silhouettes. In tones of black, grey, and burnt orange with fabric interplay of leather, wool, and denim; pieces convey a dark, gothic, and mysterious attitude. With feminine yet androgynous looks, each KQK piece focuses on shape and construction; classic tailoring mixed with sophisticated urban sensibilities. This is a brand which is quickly making a name for its craftsmanship, creative detailing, and architectural references.

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“I've always described my designs as androgynous, creating more inclusive fashion; allowing anyone to wear anything they feel comfortable and empowered in.” says creative director Karen Quirion“For Fall/Winter 2018, I was looking for something more asserted in its direction; more researched and refined in its detailing and construction, and also more feminine and dramatic in its overall aesthetic. I also wanted to convey strength and mystery with a dark colour palette of black, grey and a touch of burnt orange; representing for me the intensity and passion of fire.”
The KQK customer has an independent mind; she is strong, affirmed, decisive, and not afraid of the opinions of others. She is ambitious in her life and career path and looks for clothes that will make her feel empowered and confident. With an uncensored attitude and humble sophistication, the KQK woman exudes mystery and defiance.




KQK retails for $100 to $800 and is available online through kqk.ca and at Cabinet Éphémère at Centre Rockland in Montreal.




Montreal-based KQK debuts sexy androgynous Fall/Winter 2018 collection at Toronto Women’s Fashion Week Montreal-based KQK debuts sexy androgynous Fall/Winter 2018 collection at Toronto Women’s Fashion Week Reviewed by Tony G on March 22, 2018 Rating: 5

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