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

Street Style: Bloor Street
(Image: Jenna Marie Wakani)

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.

Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street
Street Style: Bloor Street

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