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Street Style Toronto

Street Style: The calm before Fashion Week

Name: Navid
Occupation: Graphic Designer
Style: Vintage with 1950s influence

Name: Julia
Occupation: Model at Elmer Olsen
Style: Laid back, clean lines and earth tones

Street Style Toronto

Name: Annie
Occupation: Research Analyst/Anthropologist
Style: Commandingly Awkward

Name: Mila
Occupation: Makeup artist
Style: Tomboy, comfy

Street Style Toronto

Name: Keegan
Occupation: Store assistant at M for Man
Style: Doing something different. Loves paisley, stripes and coloured socks

Name: Wayne
Occupation: Banker
Style: Contemporary and traditional (i.e cufflinks and pocket squares)

Street Style Toronto

Name: Undisclosed
Occupation: Blogger for Bestfan
Style: Urban Hip hop with an edge

Name: Pam Chorley
Occupation: Designer of Fashion Crimes
Style: Textured, vintage-feeling fabrics. I'm not a 'less is more' person

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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