Toronto Fashion Week Spring 2013: Sid Neigum makes his latest case for colourless cool | Hollywood yohana

Sid Neigum Spring 2013

Colour for spring? Pfft. Or at least, that’s what Sid Neigum’s Spring 2013 collection has convinced us. The Toronto-based Albertan showed a collection with long jersey dresses, fashion doo-rags, and majorly smoky eyes which when combined, created the ultimate cool girl look (look out Wang, Sid Neigum’s coming for you).
Neigum welcomed the reverse mullet cut to the runway—long in the front and bootyliciously short in the back—which is a necessary change from the current mullet craze out there on the mainstream market. The standout pieces of the show were the unexpected knits, ranging from a turtleneck dress to a grey oversized sweater piped with leather, the pieces were kind of a fashion reality check that made us realize knits are not only for fall.

Leaving colours off the runway has become of a bit of a trademark for Sid Neigum and this collection was no exception—blacks, whites and a light purple created a neutral palette that just worked. Sid Neigum, you just keep doing you.

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