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Street Style: The Distillery District

October is almost upon us and the weather is fast cooling. Soon the leaves will be turning and summer will be but a distant memory. Over the past week I hit up the Distillery District and Yorkville to see how street styles are changing.

Name:
Occupation:
What she was doing when I met her:

Name: Eva
Occupation: PR for Nikki Beach
What she was doing when I met her: Eva was out and about taking photos around the Distillery District. She had a really cool necklace made from a fossilized tooth.

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Name:
Occupation:
What she was doing when I met her:

Name: Cole
Occupation: Dog Walker
What she was doing when I met her: Hanging out with Hanna. I really thought her handmade wolf ears were adorable. It seems like they both have a penchant for canine related items. It suits their jobs rather well I believe.

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Name: Shota Kubo
Occupation: didn't say
What he was doing when I met him: Shota is visiting from Japan. He was walking with his two female friends.

Name: Andrew Chu
Occupation: Interior Designer
What he was doing when I met him: Like Shota, Andrew was also out with his two female friends. They were taking pictures of each other and he was toting their belongings.

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Name:
Occupation: Modeling Agent
What he was doing when I met him:

Name: Derek Lin
Occupation: Landscape Designer
What he was doing when I met him: Derek had also come from lunch with his friend. But, he was a guy. And he patiently waited for Derek while I was taking shots of him.


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