Street Style, Toronto: 19 photos of crafty layering, toques and faux fur amidst a snowstorm outside fashion week
World MasterCard Fashion Week Fall 2013 has begun in Toronto, but let’s be honest, Mother Nature is definitely the fiercest force taking over the city. Show goers were greeted on day one with an unexpected snowstorm making our first batch of street style photos—shot by photographer Stefania Yarhi—all about the layers.
Leathers, wools, and a whole lot of toques graced the wet pavement outside of David Pecault square and we won’t even try to deny how happy we are to spot three different mini backpacks which fills our hearts with 1990s nostalgia.
However, the highlight of today’s street style photos may be the expressions on people walking to the tents. Writer and blogger Kevin Naulls’ grimace in the face of the never-ending winter pretty much sums up how everyone was feeling about the snow returning. Fur pieces were spotted on Judy Inc. stylist, Odessa Paloma Parker, who stayed warm in an oversized baby pink coat and Zoomer Magazine’s Suzanne Boyd who bundled up beneath a mountain of white fluff. On the completely opposite side of the spectrum was Stacey McKenzie, who exposed her skin to the elements and wore a high-slit dress with lace panels under a billowing cape. Her look was hands down the most daring for the weather.
For those who continue to defy the weather, we salute you. Check out our gallery from day one in the tents and come back tomorrow for more winterlicious photos.