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Spring Style: The New Boho

Spring Style: The New Boho
Daniel Torjman, 35, founder of the label 18 Waits, and Julia Torjman, 27, elementary school teacher (Image: Norman Wong)

Free-spirited Torontonians now spend their vacations eco-trekking in Laos and road-tripping through Morocco, collecting handmade trinkets along the way. This spring, that wanderlust has matured into a full-fledged globetrotter aesthetic. The look has roots in bohemian style, with the same layered jewellery, flowing hair and artful dishevelment. But every outfit incorporates a few international twists: an ikat print, an embroidered Indian silk, a hat from a Parisian flea market. It’s the sartorial equivalent of a travelogue.

Spring Style: The New Boho
Spring Style: The New Boho
Spring Style: The New Boho
Spring Style: The New Boho
Spring Style: The New Boho
Spring Style: The New Boho
Spring Style: The New Boho
Spring Style: The New Boho

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