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Street Style: Toronto fashion insiders look ultra-tough (but still chic) at The Shows

Street Style: The Shows

Twice a year, the city’s buyers, style editors and bloggers convene at The Shows, a two-night-long prequel to Toronto Fashion Week. While the clothes on the runways are focused on the season ahead, perusing the industry-heavy crowd always offers a crash course in the biggest trends right now. This year, our favourite looks had an in-your-face toughness that channelled both bikers (sunglasses, black leather, ass-kicking boots) and the military (sunglasses, army green, ass-kicking boots). Here, the best of the bunch.

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Street Style: Toronto fashion insiders look ultra-tough (but still chic) at The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: Toronto fashion insiders look ultra-tough (but still chic) at The Shows
Street Style: Toronto fashion insiders look ultra-tough (but still chic) at The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: Toronto fashion insiders look ultra-tough (but still chic) at The Shows
Street Style: Toronto fashion insiders look ultra-tough (but still chic) at The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: The Shows
Street Style: The Shows

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