Street Style Toronto

Street Style: Toronto fashion media and designers

Name: Andrew
Occupation: Fashion editor at NOW
What he's wearing: Philip Sparks coat and shirt, jeans by Acne

Name: Rolyn Chambers
Occupation: Writer at Fab magazine
What he's wearing: Vintage jacket (unknown label), shirt and pants from Zara, black and white pattern stretch shirt made himself, and vintage cufflinks

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Name: Jaclyn Genovese (left)
Occupation: Managing Partner at jacflash
What she's wearing: All pieces are from her store, jacflash

Name: Amanda Kew Lee (right)
Occupation: Fashion designer
What she's wearing: From her own collection

Name: Kevin Naulls
Occupation: Bearded wonder
What he's wearing: Philip Sparks jacket, jeans by Uniqlo, Cole Haan shoes

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Name: Jimin Lee
Occupation: Works at Greta Constantine
What she's wearing: Greta Constantine

Name: Spiro Mandylor
Occupation: Fashion Blogger at "It's All Style to Me"
What he's wearing: Suit from Hugo Boss, tie by Ermenegildo Zegna and socks by Polo, Ralph Lauren

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Name: Jeremy Laing
Occupation: Fashion designer
What he's wearing: Scarf from his own collection, vintage Issey Miyake, and Margiela shoes

Name: Amanda
Occupation: Works at Greta Constantine
What she's wearing: Greta Constantine

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

A special thanks to Peroni for sponsoring our coverage of Toronto Fashion Week.


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