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Street Style: fashionable Pride-marchers don’t let Mother Nature rain on their parade

Street Style: fashionable Pride-marchers don't let Mother Nature rain on their parade
(Images: Luis Mora)

It may have been the soggiest Pride parade in years, but revellers didn’t let the grey and drizzly day dampen their fashion sense. During the lead-up to the march, we spotted flowered hats, splatter-painted tank tops, neoprene vests and—it goes without saying—a whole lot of leather and (despite the gloomy weather) loads of colourful rainbows. We singled out some of our favourite looks so that the clothes, and the people wearing them, really pop:

(Images: Luis Mora)

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