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Toronto Spring Street Style: Fashion and Financial Districts

Springtime in Toronto is not the graceful transition from cold winds to warm sun and blue skies that everyone hopes, but Torontonians are always prepared and optimistic. The Fashion and Financial Districts reveal a sense of preparation from each person. On the warmer days many will have light jackets draped over their arms; on the …

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Changing Dress Codes at Fashion Art Toronto 2016

Fashion Art Toronto (FAT) is the fusion of art and fashion during a weeklong multi-arts event in Toronto that ran April 12-16. Every day is packed with a mix up of runway shows, live performances, fashion films, art installations and photography exhibits. This year’s theme — Dress Codes — focuses on how fashion is used to …

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Photo by Eboni Morgan.

Spring Street Style: Toronto’s Queen Street

Queen Street is considered to be the most stylish areas in Toronto, populated with thrift royalty and high fashion mixed into one neighbourhood. Varying trends and fashion inspiration are found among its street style. From preppy to grunge, pleats to drapes and monochrome to bright — Queen Street has it all. Danielle ‘Dani’ Wong, 18, …

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Photo courtesy of My Style By Kartia

My Style By Kartia: From blogs to runways

Kartia Velino is a Toronto fashion blogger and style consultant running the blog My Style By Kartia. She started blogging in June of 2015 and is currently working on developing her own clothing brand, which will debut on May 6. Velino’s line will be featured in  “An Awareness Fashion Show” which is in association with …

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Photo by Soul Woven

Fashion Spotlight: Soul Woven

Toronto native Claire Levick officially founded Soul Woven, an ethically-sourced fashion company, in 2015. Levick’s grassroots organization aims to connect authentic Guatemalan apparel with mindful consumers through fair trade. After travelling to Guatemala on a yoga contract, Levick met numerous native artisans who craft beautiful apparel like scarves, boots and jewelry by hand with ethically …

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