Toronto Fashion Week's Best Street Style


Shot exclusively for Couturesque by Ayyyna Budaeva.
Images: Ayyyna Budaeva for Couturesque Magazine

On Tuesday, we shared a sneak peek of some of the best street style from Toronto's World Mastercard Fashion Week, which just ended yesterday.  Canadian photographer Ayyyna Budaeva found all of the best trendsetters outside of the tents and shared them exclusively with Couturesque.  Which look is your favourite? 

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PHOTOS BY:
WHO: Ayyyna Budaeva, Freelance Photographer for Couturesque magazine 
WHERE: Toronto 
OBSESSED WITH: Good lighting and textured backgrounds 
LISTENING TO: I'm 9 Today - Múm 
CAN BE FOUND AT: @ayyynabudaeva 

WORDS BY:
WHO: Tia Elisabeth Glista, Editor at Couturesque magazine 
WHERE: Toronto 
OBSESSED WITH: Vintage t-shirts
LISTENING TO: Everything's Embarassing - Sky Ferreira
CAN BE FOUND AT: @tia.elisabeth

1 comment:

  1. I love the girl's denim skirt and ear cuff outfit sooooo much!

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