Beaufille Fall 2014: Girl gangs and monochrome are trending at fashion week

Beaufille Fall 2014
Photography by Jenna Marie Wakani

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Girl gangs are having a moment. On the international runways, the stylish underbelly of girl power has been slaying at Rodarte, Rag & Bone and last night in Toronto at Beaufille. The latest collection out of sisters Chloe and Parris Gordon was a nod to badassery, yet done with their signature effortlessness so as never to feel too hood.

Sticking to a relatively monochromatic palette, full looks in either red or black dominated as a rust front-tie dress, crimson moto-over-mini and standout black cape-over-dress. Beaufille’s trademark hook-and-eye played a central role throughout the collection, embellishing tight-fit trousers, day dresses and a standout shawl-collar trench. Meanwhile, beat up silver florals adorned snap back baseball caps as Wu-Tang played on high.

With a newly-added New York showroom in the mix and several bankable trend hits displayed on the runway, the Gordon sisters seem to have their eyes on the profitability prize. To boot, their leathers have been swapped for pleated and embossed leather making their wares accessible to the cool girls that covet them.