Toronto Street Style

Street Style: at the 90's Dance Party at Clinton's

Name: Anthony
Occupation: Software Engineer
Style: Culturally confused
Favourite Item: A tie between my sumo wrestler keychain and leather satchel from Goodwill.

Name: Chandler
Occupation: Arts journalist and critic for Eye Weekly
Style: Urban sophisticated on OSAP
Favourite Item: My Tilly Endurables jacket

Toronto Street Style

Name: Enoch
Occupation: Industrial designer
Style: Old things, new cuts
Favourite Item: My $7 Value Village find - the shirt.

Name: Lep
Occupation: Land Market Analyst
Style: Always evolving
Favourite Item: Fendi purse

Toronto Street Style

Name: Sarah
Occupation: Elementary school teacher
Style: Cute, I guess
Favourite Item: Shoes from Korea

Name: Cindy
Occupation: Lady of Leisure
Style: Classic with a kick
Favourite Item: Blazer from Korea

Toronto Street Style

Name: Larra
Occupation: Singer/songwriter
Style: Nerd
Favourite Item: Hand-me-down eighties tee from my older sister.

Name: Dan
Occupation: Traffic planner and aspiring comedy writer
Style: Whatever fits
Favourite Item: My hoodie from Shinjuku


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