Toronto Street Style

Street Style: British, classic, cheap, vintage and R&B

Name: Andrew
Occupation: Intern at Philip Sparks
What he's wearing: Topman trench coat, Zara women's pants, H&M bag
Style: Classic, whimsical, charming

Name: Kristie
Occupation: Make up artist (also for Basch by Brandon f/w 2011 show)
What she's wearing: All pieces from Basch by Brandon
Style: No rules, whatever i'm in the mood for

Toronto Street Style

Name: Haley
Occupation: Fashion student
What she's wearing: Most pieces from Talize, shoes from ALDO and shorts from Urban Outfitters
Style: On the cheap

Name: Adam
Occupation: Photographer
What he's wearing: Burberry trench coat, Esprit bag, jeans by Levis, U Roads boots with soles made from recycled tire
Style: Expression of who I am that day

Toronto Street Style

Name: Maxime
Occupation: Photographer
What he's wearing: Junk de Luxe coat and top, H&M scarf and pants are from Tiger of Sweden
Style: Eclectic. I can go from grunge to trendy

Name: Nicole
Occupation: Co-owner of Two Girls In Fashion
What she's wearing: Blazer from Bebe, blouse from Costa Blanca, skirt bought in LA
Style: A little R&B, a little rock & roll. Edgy when it comes to hardware such as rips, studs, etc.

Toronto Street Style

Name: Kimea
Occupation: Style blogger and aspiring doctor
What she's wearing: Danier leather jacket, H&M skirt
Style: Novel and vintage. I like to take what's on the runway and personalize it

Name: Masa
Occupation: Fashion, graphic and web designer. Photographer.
What he's wearing: All vintage pieces. His coat is vintage from the 60s
Style: Influenced by British musicians such as The Littl'ans

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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