Street Style Toronto

Street Style: King and Queen West

Name: Jen
Occupation: Producer
My Style: "I dunno... that's a tough question. It changes day-to-day."
Favourite Item: "My shirt. It adds some winter colour."

Name: Dylan
Occupation: Film
My Style: "Seeing what I can get away with at work."
Favourite Item: "My Adidas. They're comfy, but they also look like they might be appropriate."

Street Style Toronto

Name: Thien
Occupation: Film Make-up/Fashion Accessories
My Style: "Fashion is all about self-expression. I'm a big Lady Gaga fan, and she's a big inspiration like that."
Favourite Item: "My Jacket. It's Dolce and Gabbana."

Name: Mark
Occupation: Student
My Style: "It's all over the place. Today I'm a bit hippie, but yesterday I was wearing a suit and tie."
Favourite Item: "My sweater. My mom gave it to me before she moved to Australia."

Street Style Toronto

Name: Ayla
Occupation: Designer
My Style: "Cool and a little geeky"
Favourite Item: "My shoes! I love them!"

Name: Cameron
Occupation: Gallery owner/Designer
My Style: "Primarily comfort, usually with splashes of colour, like this t-shirt."
Favourite Item: "My Naked and Famous Jeans. They're good quality denim and look understated."

Street Style Toronto

Name: Jon
Occupation: Entrepreneur
My Style: "Easy going, slightly conservative."
Favourite Item: "My jeans. They're very comfortable."

Name: Andrew
Occupation: Real Estate Development at Freed
My Style: "I'm from a small town, so I guess you could say I'm bringing a bit of the small town to the city."
Favourite Item: "My boots. They're comfortable, which is a must when
you're on your feet all day."


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