With Toronto Fashion week behind us, The Great Hall is looking back to RE/SET‘s first two seasons held throughout our venue.
Runway shows in Longboat Hall, a market in the Main Hall and showcases taking place in the Conversation Room, the building was buzzing.  That was also the case when RE/SET landed in Yorkville for their third season.
RE/SET, developed but Toronto based The Collections helped Toronto Fashion week evolve and the world took notice.  The Great Hall was proud to be a part of their beginning and continues to support this amazing talent.
To read more about this exciting company and showcase, check out the V Magazine article here.

Events: The Collections™ RE\SET Fashion at The Great Hall, February 6 & 7, 2017

The Great Hall is proud to serve as the host venue and a production partner when THE COLLECTIONS™ presents RE\SET Fashion, in collaboration with Robin Kay, on February 6 and 7, 2017. Held over two nights, RE\SET will feature a curated group of Canadian designers showcasing influential fashion throughout our recently restored historic Toronto venue at 1087 Queen St. W.

RE/SET is designed around three main objectives: to allow designer to connect with buyers, media and consumers; to re-form the traditional designer presentation model in a fresh direction, and to rethink Canada’s fashion identity while inspiring awareness.

Notable RE\SET designers include: Vogue’s Designer to Watch and DHL Exported winner, Sid Neigum; Forbes’ 2017 Art and Style ‘30 Under 30’ design duo, Beaufille; Toronto-based duo, Markoo; contemporary womenswear Hilary MacMillan; signature avant-garde brand, Pedram Karimi; satirical contemporary street brand WRKDEPT, and menswear lines Thomas Bálint and Klaxon Howl. RE\SET will also present a two-day showroom featuring ready-to-wear designers Namesake, Tara Rivas for TMR, S.P. Badu, Triarchy, accessory designers Dean Davidson, Krane, Cuchara, Dolorous, Uncuffed Leather, and shoes by Zvelle.

“The Great Hall has long been committed to supporting, nurturing and showcasing world-class artistic talent,” said Steve Metlitski, president of Triangle Development and owner of The Great Hall.

“Canada’s fashion industry is an integral part of our country’s arts and culture, and we are thrilled to provide the backdrop for Canada’s top design talent to showcase their collections this season.” READ FULL RE\SET PRESS RELEASE

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If you are interested in a production site or booking one of our four restored heritage venues, simply email