Street Style: Bloor & Spadina
Occupation: Political science student
My style: Dramatic, colourful.
Favourite item: These red boots.
Gloves: They're from China, from one of my friends. He knew that I'd be coming to Toronto, and he said, "It's very cold," so he gave me them.
Occupation: Fashion design student
My style: Right now, "Boxing Day" (laughs). But usually, high fashion/comfortable.
Favourite item: I love my hat. I got it in Italy and it's just the warmest thing ever. I wear it every day.
Occupation: Fashion student
My style: I try not to look at the fashion magazines, or try to get it from other people. The less you look at people, the more you use your own imagination.
Favourite item: The scarf (on my head), because my hair was crazy today. I just wrap it around to control it.
Bag: I got it from back home - from Iran.
Names: Kallvis and Shirley
Occupation (Kallvis): Fashion design student
Occupation (Shirley): Financial management student
My style (Kallvis): Skinny pants tucked into the boots - it's really "in" right now.
My style (Shirley): Simple, comfortable.
Favourite item (Kallvis): I like the accessory on my pants, and I like the necklace. Without them, everything would look simple - but with them, it looks like something's happening.
Favourite item (Shirley): My jacket. I love the fur. It feels really good, and it's really comfy.
Occupation: Graphic designer
My style: It's "me." I especially love purple and black.
Boots: I usually don't wear these boots. Before I came to Toronto (from Japan), I thought Toronto would have a lot of snow, but...
My style: Contemporary.
Favourite item: My purse. It's simple, but trendy.
Occupation: I'm a student. I'm doing a master's in speech and language pathology.
My style: Comfy, but elegant.
Favourite item: These boots. They keep me dry and warm - and they're stylish - so I like them.
Occupation: Microbiology student
My style: Classic - usually with one or two accents that really make everything pop.
Favourite item: My leg warmers, because my mom just got me them for Christmas.
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