From Liquid-Look Prom Dresses to Puffer Jackets for Dogs

 - Nov 18, 2017
These November 2017 fashion trends incorporate everything from collaboratively made streetwear and musician-designed apparel, to function-focused athletic gear and eco-friendly initiatives.

One especially notable example comes from the Target brand Cat and Jack, which created a line of clothing that's specifically designed for toddlers and children with disabilities. Consisting of 40 pieces, the collection features versatile styles that are made to be as comfortable as possible, as well as easy for children and parents to get on.

Also featured is the 2017 White Cashmere runway show, which took place at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. The event featured 16 gowns from different designers from across Canada, and raised funds and awareness for breast cancer research. A total of 275 guests were present to see the runway show, and to learn more about the survivors of the disease and what's being done to prevent it.