Sarah Stevenson + Target Spring 2014


The line doesn’t shy away from embracing vibrant colours, whether it’s in subtle splashes on a shirt collar and cuffs, to bold statement patterns like the watercolour print adorning blazers, tees and pants. “I really wanted to pay homage to Canada and who I am as a brand. … And obviously that’s wearable art, that’s prints and florals. So I stuck to what I’m known for,” Stevenson said. “I looked to Toronto gardens in the springtime for inspiration because it was a nice nod to Canada, and I think it translated beautifully.”

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