Toronto Street Style

Street Style: Distillery District

Names: Jeanne and Joey
Occupation (Jeanne): Canadian media darling and fashion icon
Occupation (Joey): Student and musician
My Style (Jeanne): Eclectic
My Style (Joey): Romantic
Favourite Item (Jeanne): My pork pie hat from San Tropez
Favourite Item (Joey): My vintage red cowboy boots

Names: Tim and Tobin
Occupations: Students
My Style (Tim): Value Village vintage
My Style (Tobin): Classic, mix and match
Favourite Item (Tim): My shoes from the Village
Favourite Item (Tobin): My blue suede shoes from Vancouver

Toronto Street Style

Names: Sarah
Occupation: Visual Artist
My Style: Creative and comfy with a touch of spunk
Favourite Item:My vest with a couple of pins from my friends

Names: James
Occupation: Chef and Carpenter
My Style: Laid-back country
Favourite Item: My cowboy hat first; my Alexander Keith's belt second.

Toronto Street Style

Names: Jennifer
Occupation: Interior Designer
My Style: Expensive
Favourite Item: My watch, a gift for my 39th birthday.

Names: Robert
Occupation: Contractor
My Style: Rugged George Clooney-esque
Favourite Item: I went into a store to buy a blue shirt but came out with this one instead.

Toronto Street Style

Names: Ellie
Occupation: Clothing Retail
My Style: Vintage-inspired
Favourite Item: My jacket from that army supply store in Kensington.

Names: Adrian
Occupation: Actor and Server
My Style: Chameleon
Favourite Item: My $10 checkered shirt, which I can dress up and down.

Writing and photos by Annia V.


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