Street Style: Toronto Fashion Week style setters pose hard outside the tents

Street Style: Toronto Fashion Week style setters pose hard outside the tents

Street Style: Toronto Fashion Week's most stylish hams pose hard outside the tents (Images: Kayla Rocca)
 

Attracting attention is serious sport for many Toronto Fashion Week attendees, and the competition can be fierce. So when the rain—and the champagne hangovers—finally cleared on Tuesday afternoon, sartorial scenesters hit David Pecault Square en masse, and they were dressed to kill (or at least to appear on a local fashion blog). Among the most distinctive dressers, one clear trend emerged: from French-fry phones to pop-art prints, ’90s nostalgia is still out in full force—especially among those who were barely alive in the ’80s.