Fashion Week – #WMCFW 2015, NeoStrata, Lolë, Farley Chatto, & More

I got to attend my very first fashion week, and I had such a great time!  I attended one press launch, and two fashion shows, so I took lots of pictures to share.

Click through to check out my very first fashion week.

First up was the NeoStrata event, where we got to learn all about their newest products – the SecureWhite line, and the Acne Clear line.

Neostrata is coming out with two new lines.  SecureWhite is a fast acting solution to hyperpigmentation and uneven skintone.  From treating dark circles and puffiness, to targeting dark spots, this brightening product could make a lot of people with skin discolouration problems very happy.  The products contain 2% Genowhite, 3% Actiwhite and Vit-A-Like.  It’s supposed to slow down the production of melanin, and is said to work for any and all skintones.

Next is the Acne Care line, which features 2% salicylic acid, to help clear up your skin.  I know there are a lot of people who swear by NeoStrata for the acne care line, so look out for this line to hit stores soon.

NeoStrata also made the announcement that they are joining forces with the activewear brand, Lolë, to help promote a healthy and active lifestyle.  NeoStrata and Lolë will be launching the ‘Lolë White Tour’, which is “A series of unforgettable yoga events that will take place in major cities all across Canada.  Uniting thousands of people, all dressed in white as a symbol of peace, each stop promises to be a unique and vibrant experience for both the body and soul, guided by renowned yoga instructors and set to the soothing sounds of inspiring musicians”.

A few days later, I attended the Lolë fashion show – here are some of my photos.

After the Lolë show, was the Farley Chatto show.  Not only was I lucky enough to attend, but myself and my friend Kaitlyn got even luckier when we got to pumped to sit in the second row!  Here are some shots of the gorgeous show.

Canadian supermodel Stacey McKenzie tore up the runway – she was the definition of faboosh.

The show was so luxurious, and the pieces were very regal.

Between the shows myself, and fellow bloggers Kaitlyn, and Madeline got to walk around, and check out the booths.

Just one of  Maybelline’s beautiful displays.

The MasterCard surprise vending machine – open to anyone with a MasterCard.

Maybelline’s displays were so much fun – I want my own lipstick rack!
Madeline and I with our new Maybelline Rebel Bloom lipsticks.

Lippie swatches!  More info on this awesome lipstick brand on the way, next week.

And that was my very first fashion week.  I had such a fantastic time, and I’m already waiting for the next one.  Thank you to the brands who had me, it was a great experience.  Stay tuned to the blog, because I’ll be posting some reviews from that mystery lipstick brand (the swatched hand pictured above), next week.  See you then! – Shawna



  1. April 4, 2015 / 4:27 am

    Ooh those shows look so fun! I missed what would have been my first fashion show (I had no idea you need to be there like half an hour early..) but I did attend one in the end at least! Excited for the mystery brand 🙂

  2. April 5, 2015 / 12:29 am

    I wanna hear about the show you were headed to when I ran into you on the subway!

  3. April 8, 2015 / 11:39 pm

    LOVE IT! haha I look like such a goof, so happy we bumped into each other – it was a great evening 🙂 X

  4. April 8, 2015 / 11:40 pm

    Naw, you look gorge! My beautiful mastercard machine model.

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