Gohaz and Elizabeth

Street Style: Kensington Market

For the last weekend in August I decided to hit up Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington Market. It's getting to be the time of year to bust out some long sleeves and perhaps even a light jacket to battle the rain and cooler weather.

Name: Gohaz
Expertise: Designer

Gohaz was hanging out with her friend Bianca, en route to drink some coffee in the market.

Name: Elizabeth
Expertise: Stop Motion Animation

Liz was on a Sunday stroll when I spotted her on Augusta. She was simply enjoying the day on her own.

Makeda and Brad

Name: Makenda
Expertise Librarian

Makenda was walking with a friend taking in the last bit of summer. They were checking out some of the sites of the latest PS Kensington.

Name: Brad
Expertise: Musician

Brad had just finished playing a set with his band Hamilton Trading Company in front of The Boat.

Kaisa and Stephanie

Name: Kaisa
Expertise: Student - Urban Studies

Kaisa is from Finland and will be studying in Toronto for the next few years. She was just on her way up Augusta to meet a friend.

Name: Stephanie
Expertise: Art Director

I ran into Stephanie while she was checking out the fruit selection in the market. She had just come from brunch at Rice Bar and was running a few errands.

Explosive D.C and Kelly-Ann.jpg

Name: Explosive D.C
Expertise: Break Dancing

Left to right are B-Boy Swift, B-Boy Freah, and B-Boy Q. These fellas where out Saturday and Sunday breaking it down all afternoon.

Name: Kelly-Ann
Expertise: Bio-Medical Science

K.A was out for an afternoon ride when she rolled into Kensington. She had just heard about Pedestrian Sundays and thought she would check it out.


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