Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Distillery street

Last Saturday, I had a small tour of Downtown Toronto with my friends. The weather was getting warmer and it was really nice to take a walk on streets.

have not been able to visit Distillery District before and I’ve only heard about its fashion filledstreets with lots of sculptures. Trees, restaurants and store interiors were so Distillery: vintage, old looking but high quality preps and people of high social standards.

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The first store I visited was Gotstyle. Gotstyle had ventured into the Distillery District with women’s clothing. The interior was tidy and majority of their products were high ended. I took a photo shoot of a gentleman who was self-shopping and got changed into Gotstyle’s products. He became more sophisticated with putting on a blazer.

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The second store was called Lileo. The store products were high end and the store was veryexclusive. The storeowner was wearing clothings from the store. The pink skirt and leather leggings made her look more fascinating and edgy.

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I took a shot of man holding chic leather clutch on his hands. He did not want his face to be photographed. His overall styling was closer to Japanese street style. He had Alexander McQueen skull scarf and graphic shoes on.

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