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“Ensembles ideal for an afternoon out at Royal York’s high tea; and needless to say, (royal) wedding-worthy apparel was most definitely apparent on the last evening of F.A.T. in order to commemorate – dare I say, Wills and Kate’s Royal Wedding. (Curse!)

With a killer soundtrack of Antonio Carlos Jobim’s “The Girl From Ipanema,” and an intricate all lace shift with a bit of sparkle to boot will NOT be forgotten! Delicate cake like frocks and all white outfits paraded the runway during Clarice Michelon’s presentation. A soft, love lorn allure made this collection of interest, along with the romanticism it ensued. Soft flowers and monochromatic blue-frilled frocks with soft, pale pink accents were the most significant pieces. Lace, bustiers and jumpsuits completed this gathering of uber feminine attire, only appropriate for the finest of ladies with a little kick in their step. Truly looking forward to what Michelon has up her sleeve in the near future!”

Cmichelon – May 5, 2011 – fashionarttoronto.ca

 

“Clarice Michelon focuses on knitwear, hand-knitting and crocheting wool, cashmere and alpaca in grey, charcoal and blue into intricate sweater tunics and dresses.”

The skinny on FAT – April 3. 2011 – nowtoronto.com