FOMO Street Style

Street Style: at the Magnolia 2nd Anniversary Party

Name: Jaime
Occupation: Games Festival Organizer (Gamercamp)
My Style: Nerdy Chic
Favourite Piece: "Oh, I love everything. I guess, my Kenneth Cole blazer."

Name: Karen
Occupation: "I work in Finance."
My Style: Comfortable
Favourite Piece: "My tie!"

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Name: Carolyn
Occupation: "I do everything! I'm an EA."
My Style: "Fun. No wait... Pink Lightning!"
Favourite Piece: "My Ashley Rowe pink tunic."

Name:
Shauna
Occupation: PR Consultant
My Style: Eclectic
Favourite Piece: "My Remix dress, from Magnolia. Gotta plug the store!"

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Name: Steph
Occupation: Designer
My Style: "Simple. I don't like to stand out. I dress like a designer, I guess; a lot of black."
Favourite Piece: "My dress."

Name: Liese
Occupation: Student
My Style: "Super sexy!"
Favourite Piece: "My top. Obviously!"

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Name: Claire
Occupation: Student
My Style: "Simple and practical, because I'm a student."
Favourite Piece: "My camera! No, my dress!" (not shown)

Name: Chris
Occupation: "I work for an online fashion store."
My Style: "Whatever I happen to be feeling at the time."
Favourite Piece: "My boots."

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Name: Brandon
Occupation: Fashion Designer (BASCH)
My Style: "Whatever feels fucking fantastic."
Favourite Piece: "This thermal shirt under my jacket."

Name: Natalie
Occupation: Producer, ET Canada
My Style: "Oh, I don't know... Brandon, what's my style?" Brandon: "Boho Chic!"
Favourite Piece: "Hmm, my boots!"

Photos by Dennis Marciniak.


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