Project Runway Canada winner Evan Biddell opened up Toronto's Fashion Week with his new collection based on the "eco warrior," an environmentally conscious character inspired by Japanese animé.
Frankly, we're not seeing it. It's a nice enough collection rendered in whites and jewel tones. The looks range from basic, pretty dresses to slightly more out there pieces, but there's no reinventing the wheel here. Not that there should be, but he portrayed himself as more of a barn-burner than this on the show.
"A lot of the silhouettes I am using are egotistical," Biddell says of the high volume shapes in his collection. "I haven't seen a lot of really interesting, unique organic clothes ... there is a lot of casual wear in organic fabrics but there are only a few luxury designers, like Stella McCartney and Marc Jacobs, who are starting to go sustainable."
Your thoughts, bitches?
[Photos: Pimentel/WireImage - Slideshow: Project RunGay]