Issue 2 – Campus Street Style

Another week and the campus catwalk is still overflowing with street style. This week, students talked to us about how their looks are chosen based on comfort and their mood that day. We had had a hint of inspiration from designers such as Burberry and Raf Simons.

The prices ranged from cheap-but-valuable thrifted pieces, affordable one-stop shop looks, streetwear phenomenons like Kanye West’s Yeezy Season and big name classics like Gucci and Versace.

Keeping warm in the winter is one thing, but doing it with style is something Ryerson students seem to have perfected. This is especially true for the students  in this issue of Campus Street Style.

Branden Degendorfer, fourth-year fashion design

Photo by Augustine Ng.

“(I dress for style), I guess, when I’m going to an event or something. I mainly just dress how I feel day to day.”

Scarf – Uniqlo

Jacket – Uniqlo

Button-up shirt – Uniqlo

T-shirt – Uniqlo

Pants – Uniqlo

Shoes – Doc Martens

Alix Levine, second-year creative industries

Photo by Augustine Ng.

“In the winter my go-to (look) is a statement jacket, either a fur or a crazy colour, with a matching accessory (like) shoes or a bag.”

Hat – Dolls Kill

Glasses – Kensington Market

Jacket – Guess

Turtleneck – American Apparel

Pants – thrifted

Belt – Versace

Chains – gift

Purse – Gucci

Ato Hutchful,  third-year engineering

Photo by Augustine Ng.

“My go-to look, I would say (is to be) cozy. I always want to be comfortable in whatever I’m wearing, (like) sweats and some designers shoes.”

Hat – from a friend

T-shirt – Supreme

Cardigan – H&M

Pants – Canine Projects

Boots – Grailed

Chains – thrifted

All photos by Augustine Ng. 

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