Toronto Street Style

Street Style: writers, CEOs, editors and a Juno winner

Name: Christina
Occupation: Stylist
What she's wearing: Vintage pants, H&M coat, Le Chateau blouse
Style: Kind of '70s and a little bit of menswear

Name: Tyler
Occupation: Editor at Chatelaine
What he's wearing: Brooks brothers sweater, bow-tie and undershirt
Style: Preppy with a little bit of an edge

Toronto Street Style

Name: Sarah
Occupation: Fashion writer
What she's wearing: APC shirt (striped), black vintage bustier, Sonia Rykiel skirt, vintage Holt Renfrew coat, All Saints shoes
Style: Grown up Lolita, and a little tomboyish

Name: Hayley
Occupation: Writer
What she's wearing: Haute Hippie pants, Prada shoes, Jenny Bird bag
Style: Random mix of everything

Toronto Street Style

Name: Donavyn
Occupation: Science student
What he's wearing: Snake skin shoes from Florsheim, H&M pants
Style: Eclectic. I like to work around a specific piece (e.g. my pants)

Name: Nancy Sahota
Occupation: Chief Operating Office of online discount luxury boutique The Peacock Parade
What she's wearing: Mostly vintage, shoes are from Pour La Victoire and purse is from Bulgari
Style: Classic and playful. I love taking vintage pieces and incorporating them with today's trends

Name: Jan Gandhi
Occupation: Chief Executive Officer of online discount luxury boutique The Peacock Parade
What she's wearing: Dress is Thakoon, jacket is Denis Gagnon, shoes are Alexander Wang, bag is Proenza Schouler and bracelet is Michael Kors
Style: I love incorporating trends into my everyday look and always maintain an air of sophistication and classiness

Toronto Street Style

Name: Julia
Occupation: Copy editor at FLARE
What she's wearing: Burberry Brit coat, Marc by Marc Jacobs dress, shoes and bag
Style: Playful, bright colours. Loves to colour block

Name: Ivana Santilli
Occupation: Juno award winning singer and song writer
What she's wearing: OR by Angela Chen
Style: Sometimes it's classic with a twist, sometimes it's tomboy chic

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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