Toronto Street Style

Street Style: red blazer, leather leggings and disco fever

Name: Jen
Occupation: Brand architect
What she's wearing: Shoes from ALDO, pants are from H&M, bag is by Jenny Bird, sunglasses are Chloe Sevigny for Opening Ceremony

Name: Jano
Occupation: Industrial Designer and model at Klaxon Howl
What he's wearing: Unknown
Style: Functional with a twist

Toronto Street Style

Name: Elle
Occupation: Student, and intern at Peacock Chic Boutique
What she's wearing: Helmut Lang top, leather leggings by Dutch brand, Riani
Style: Incorporating menswear and equestrian pieces

Name: Cameron
Occupation: VP, Merchandise at Indigo
What he's wearing: Shirt from Buckler, Levi's jeans, red blazer from El Ganso in NYC, H&M Navy-esque cardigan
Style: Changes everyday, but today: preppy with an edge

Toronto Street Style

Name: Erika
Occupation: Student
What she's wearing: Rachel Comey shoes, pants (yes, they are pants!) are from Club Monaco, blouse is vintage, bag is Marc by Marc Jacobs, bracelet is from Marni
Style: I like sticking with classic pieces. My style is nostalgic

Name: Eric
Occupation: PR Agent
What he's wearing: T-shirt is from Alexander Wang, jeans are from Acne, loafers are from Brass
Style: A mix of preppy and downtown

Toronto Street Style

Name: Iye
Occupation: Student
What she's wearing: Vintage shirt, turban is from a random store
Style: I channel different things. Today i've got a bit of disco fever (demonstrated by wide leg jeans)

Name: Ashley
Occupation: Anthropologist
What she's wearing: Abstract jacket by Sharei La`mar (London), shoes are Loints of Holland
Style: However I feel in the morning

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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