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Street Style: fashion-forward weekend wear at The Interior Design Show

Street Style: The Interior Design Show

The Interior Design Show, Toronto’s annual home decor powwow, attracts a mix of casually clad artisans, well-heeled businesspeople and creative types embracing a bold aesthetic. Here, some of our favourite looks from this year’s show.

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Year in Review: the 20 best street style looks of 2013

Year in Review: the 20 best street style looks of 2013

If we learned one thing from roaming the city for our Street Style series this year, it’s that Torontonians are good looking. Really, really, ridiculously good looking. While 2013 brought with it a few weird trends, overall, Toronto held it down with some eternally chic looks. To celebrate, we’re taking a look back at our favourite outfits. So, here’s to you Toronto—we think you’re pretty darn stylish.

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Street Style: 10 of the most wearable looks at Toronto Fashion Week

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There’s no question that the rise of street style has brought with it the rise of outlandish outfits designed to catch roving photographers’ attention—and there were peacocks aplenty at last week’s runway shows at David Pecaut Square. The looks that we most admired, however, showed their wearers’ personality without being over-the-top. Here, 10 ensembles that still work outside the fashion bubble.

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Street Style: light fall layers and smart jackets in Rosedale

Street Style: Rosedale

The interval between summer tees and winter coats is short, leaving just a few brief weeks for one of our favourite items: the light jacket. On a recent visit to Rosedale, denizens were taking full advantage of the fleeting window in smart blazers, leather biker jackets and other seasonal layers. Here, our favourite looks from the upscale ‘hood.

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Street Style: Toronto fashion insiders look ultra-tough (but still chic) at The Shows

Street Style: The Shows

Twice a year, the city’s buyers, style editors and bloggers convene at The Shows, a two-night-long prequel to Toronto Fashion Week. While the clothes on the runways are focused on the season ahead, perusing the industry-heavy crowd always offers a crash course in the biggest trends right now. This year, our favourite looks had an in-your-face toughness that channelled both bikers (sunglasses, black leather, ass-kicking boots) and the military (sunglasses, army green, ass-kicking boots). Here, the best of the bunch.

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Street Style: Yorkdale’s best-dressed shoppers

Street Style: Yorkdale Shopping Centre

After snapping the Eaton Centre crowd, it only seemed fair to check out Yorkdale’s increasingly high-end corridors. What we found: women pulling off jumpsuits, guys killing it with casual layers and enough chic bags and shoes to make us want to stop shooting and start shopping. Below, our favourite looks.

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Street Style: Toronto’s best cosplayers in their furry and futuristic best

Street Style: Fan Expo

Blue skin, fuchsia hair and eight-foot-tall Chewbacca costumes are hard to forget, which may be why of all the street stylers we spotted last month, we can’t stop thinking about the cosplayers at this year’s Fan Expo. Even more memorable than the rainbow-hued locks: the complete commitment to their roles. If personal style is about finding a look you feel passionate about, we’d say these mega-fans have it down pat.

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Street Style: tattoos both beautiful and badass in Kensington Market

Street Style: tattoos

Kensington Market and tattoo enthusiasts have a shared creed: both communities prize individuality, artistry and a rebel spirit (though neither the market nor tattooing are quite so alternative anymore). Here, the results of a recent search for some seriously cool body art.

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Street Style: bikinis, bling and an abundance of skin at Cabana Pool Bar

Street Style: bikinis, bling and lots and lots of skin at Cabana Pool Bar

Cabana Pool Bar’s turquoise pool, curtained cabanas and heart-pounding decibels have lured thousands of oiled-up PYTs—and one teenaged pop star—to the new lakeside lounge since it opened last month. An amorphous  “style code,” meanwhile, keeps ratty tees and mismatched bikinis out. Here, some of the most memorable looks from a recent sweltering Saturday.

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Street Style: comfy-cool weekend wear at the Toronto Flower Market

Street Style: Flower Market

Toronto Flower Market, which returns to 99 Sudbury tomorrow, draws in brunch-bound twenty-somethings on Queen West, strolling moms and the occasional curious dude. Here, our favourite looks from a recent visit.

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Street Style: Toronto’s foodies show off an edgy, denim-centric take on dressing for summer

Street Style: The Stop Night Market

Judging by the crowd at The Stop Night Market, the ingredients for a perfect foodie event outfit include: a denim shirt, a smattering of black leather, a pair of insouciant sunglasses and—naturally—a shoulder bag that leaves both hands free for snacking. Here, our favourite looks from the summertime taste-fest.

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Street Style: everything from designer to DIY duds on Bloor Street

Street Style: Bloor Street

Bloor Street’s high-low mix of luxury brands (Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Chanel) and mass-market giants (Gap, H&M, Winners) means casual U of T students and edgy shopgirls are as much a part of the street life as diamond-wearing, it bag-toting society types. Here, our favourite looks from a recent visit.

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Street Style: colourful, casual and decidedly trendy office attire in the Financial District

Street Style: Financial District

The Financial District is loosening up. Just as stuffy power restaurants have given way to trendy, cocktail-fuelled eateries, stiff suits and dour dresses have been replaced by unbuttoned collars, floral prints and statement accessories. After all, in the modern office, professional no longer necessarily means staid. Here, our favourite looks from a recent trip to the downtown core.

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Street Style: big hair and springtime prints at the Eaton Centre

Street Style: Eaton Centre

The hordes of shoppers at the Eaton Centre are a study in Toronto sociology: a utterly heterogeneous mix of loitering teens, buttoned-down office workers, gawking tourists and commuters just trying to get into the subway. Here, our favourite looks from a recent trip to the mega-mall.

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Street Style: fringed purses and neon rain gear at Ryerson University

We snapped the collegiate crowd at U of T in September and art students at OCAD just after winter break, so it only seemed fair to close out the school year with a visit to Ryerson University. Here, our favourite looks from the downtown campus.

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