Toronto Street Style

Street Style: at Alternative Fashion Week (FAT)

Name: Elie
Occupation: Blogger and writer
What he's wearing: JUMA pants and t-shirt, Matinique scarf, Doc Martens and cardigan is from H&M
Style: Midnight nomad

Name: Shenae
Occupation: Actor
What she's wearing: Sam Edelman shoes, vintage levi's shorts, shirt bought in Japan, and jacket from Aritzia
Style: Comfortable, and I like to wear as much fur as I can

Toronto Street Style

Name: Grant
Occupation: Hair stylist
What he's wearing: Scarf is from Zara, Banana Republic pants, and H&M blazer
Style: Thrifty and eclectic

Name: Sarah Nicole Prickett
Occupation: Fashion Writer
What she's wearing: Hilary Radley trench coat from Holt's, vintage skirt, Banana Republic bag, and shoes are from ALDO
Style: Twisted sophisticate

Street Style Toronto

Name: Nicki
Occupation: Freelance writer
What she's wearing: Shoes are from Topshop, Danier leather jacket, and American Apparel shirt
Style: Depends on how i'm feeling that day

Name: Hannah
Occupation: Editor at Latest News
What she's wearing: The white maxi dress with a peacock print is from a boutique in the Eaton Center, jacket is from Maska in Montreal, Versace shoes, and the bag is from Dior
Style: Classic with some experimentation

Toronto Street Style

Name: Rei
Occupation: Photographer
What he's wearing: $10 pashmina from India, belt and pants from Dundas 909, and boots bought in Osaka
Style: Unique and individual. I don't read magazines to get a sense of fashion

Name: Amarsana
Occupation: Stylist
What she's wearing: Rachel Sin dress, coat is from Helmut Lang, and shoes were bought at a store in Korea
Style: Classic with some spice added

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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