Street Style Toronto

Street Style: students, bloggers and former models

Name: June Ambrose
Occupation: Celebrity Fashion Stylist, book author of "Effortless Style"
What she's wearing: Unknown, but June's silk turban and sunglasses are part of her signature look
Style: Opulent. Decadent. Distinguished

Name: Josh
Occupation: Actor and former model
What he's wearing: All vintage pieces from Kensington Market
Style: Eclectic and offbeat

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Name: Emma
Occupation: Research scientist
What she's wearing: Purple shirt is zero + maria cornejo, coat is Kai Ackman, shoes are A-Detache, bag is from Makr and necklace is designed by Biko
Style: Clean lines and minimal with an eccentric punch

Name: Bianca
Occupation: Fashion blogger
What she's wearing: Vintage jumpsuit from 69 Vintage, necklace from Aldo, shoes from Winners
Style: Classic with a hint of eclectic

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Name: Brie
Occupation: Fashion design student
What she's wearing: Her own designs
Style: Whatever suits my mood on a particular day

Name: Arta
Occupation: Editor in Chief of DĂŠfilĂŠ magazine and student
What she's wearing: Necklace and bracelet are vintage Cartier given to her by her mother, blazer and shirt from Zara, jacket is BCBG Max Azria
Style: Conservative with a slight modern twist

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Name: Andrew
Occupation: Marketing specialist
What he's wearing: TNA jacket, vintage pants from Beacon's closet in Brooklyn and shoes from Ted Baker
Style: Boho on acid

Name: Andy
Occupation: Fashion student
What he's wearing: Boots bought at Steps, pants from Zara, vintage sweater from Holt Renfrew
Style: Balmain meets Pucci

Writing and photos by Mona Chammas. For more street style in Toronto and other cities, check out my blog at www.geekychic.ca

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