Fashion has more to do with hockey than you may think.
Coach's Corner is an example of how hockey talk can be perfectly complimented by Don Cherry's colourful and surprising jackets.
When it comes to Andi Petrillo on the Chevrolet iDesk, fans always seem to notice her fashionable delivery as she brings them the latest highlights and injury updates.
Then there's the chatter surrounding the stylish suits worn by Ron MacLean and the Studio 42 crew. From pinstripes to tie colours, fans in the online world always seem to notice the finest fashion details and also call out a few that may be off the mark.
That's why Hockey Night in Canada teamed up with Canada's top fashion designers for an upcoming feature called Fashion Night in Canada. With our friends at Steven and Chris, the idea came to life.
Hockey's No. 1 broadcast team will unveil their new looks on Friday, June 7. While the focus will be on the action in the third round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, you'll notice the fresh designs and we'll show you how they came together with access to behind-the-scenes footage and images on cbcsports.ca.
Our Hockey Night in Canada team met with each of their designers to create one special look, keeping their personal sense of style at the heart of it all.
Ron MacLean teamed up with Christopher Bates (@CBatesMenswear), P.J. Stock was styled by Philip Sparks (@philipsparks), Elliotte Friedman was paired with Haithem Elkadiki (@KaaDiki), Glenn Healy worked with Farley Chatto (@FarleyChatto), and Kevin Weekes was set up with Marlon Durrant (@marlondurrant). Andi Petrillo's outfit was crafted by Toronto-based designer Caitlin Power (@CAITLINPOWER_HQ).
We'd love to hear what you think of the looks, so tweet along with us @hockeynight and use the hashtag #FashionNight. You'll get a chance to vote for the person you think is the Best Dressed during the broadcast.
It will be a stylish affair as the hockey and fashion worlds collide for Fashion Night in Canada this Friday.
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