[caption id= attachment_21476 align= alignright width= 320 ] Beaufille Collection[/caption] With impressive clients like George Clooney, Princess Diana, and even Louis Vuitton, Canadian designers have been making fashion history for decades on and off the runways of the world. Whether in Toronto, Vancouver, New York or Paris, these Canadian's have all made a name for themselves and rightly secured a spot in our Top 10 Canadian Designers Helder Diego Helder Diego is a team of two men, Helder Aguiar and Diego Fuchs. Their line is styled for the contemporary woman, ranging from cutting edge to fluid and fashion forward. They started working together when they realized they both appreciated sharp-edged designs. Helder Diego is more than a clothing line, it’s a lifestyle. Christopher Paunil and Chalo Hancock Christopher Paunil and Chalo Hancock, his business lead, design everyday womenswear and bridal gowns. Their ideal customer is a modern-day heroine, saving the world. Paunil’s designs combine traditional fabrics with unconventional ones to make sophisticated yet classic gowns. Hilary MacMillian Hilary MacMillian knows her customer has a good taste for nice fabrics with wool, leather and silk. She designs her clothing for modern women who are feminine and stylish. Hilary’s signature piece each season is something with an exclusive print, for her discerning, exclusivity-focused customer. Nikki Wirthenshohn Yassemi NARCES is the company of designer Nikki Wirthenshohn Yassemi. She is inspired by her upbringing and her mother, who worked with esteemed designer Victor Edelstein, responsible for some of Princess Diana’s notable gowns. The styles at NARCES are flirty with elegance and glamour. David Dixon David Dixon started designing to fill an important niche, women’s eventwear. His designs are both functional and luxurious, combining classic designs with modern touches. His styles have won him fans of many Hollywood elite such as Nicole Kidman and Katie Holmes. Farley Chatto Farley Chatto has been designing his menswear line since 1988. With such a long career comes many great accolades. He has dressed many celebrities including Elton John and George Clooney, as well as his impressive list of corporate clients including Barbie and Louis Vuitton. His designs have been seen on television in the shows Hannibal and Reign. Farley Chatto shares his knowledge as he teaches at Ryerson University. Malorie Urbanovitch Malorie Urbanovitch has an impressive record for only launching her line in 2012. In 2013, she won the Mercedes-Benz Start Up Program, as well as being nominated for a Canadian Arts and Fashion Award in 2015. Her line focuses on keeping the materials and methods ethical. Ellie Mae Ellie Mae is another new face on the scene, launching her label in 2015. Her pieces are inspired by vintage looks with varied patterns and a modern twist. Ellie Mae uses music as her inspiration for a blend of tradition and newness. Steven Tai A relative newcomer, Tai has been name one of the designers to look out for for Spring 2016. This Vancouver born-London Based designer is known to use techniques such as heat bonding and silk screening quite frequently in his designs, which are typically sported by his signature nerdy-tomboy-quirky looking muses. Parris and Chloé Gordon The lovely ladies, and sisters, behind Toronto-based Beaufille, are at it again with their signature minimalist handsome girl pieces which have recently been spotted being donned by none other than fashion forward star herself, Lady Gaga.