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Barbara

MY PERSONAL STYLE: Simple and classic. I like to pair accessories from when I traveled abroad with simpler pieces to remember where I’ve been. MY FAVORITE WARDROBE ITEM IS: A big sweater and scarf. I love wearing oversized sweaters through the fall and winter. They’re so comfortable and look really nice with a good pair of boots. I’D NEVER BE CAUGHT DEAD IN: Something I didn’t feel completely confident wearing WORD THAT BEST DESCRIBES ME: Positive CITY I’D MOST LIKE TO LIVE IN: Toronto, London, New York, anywhere that I have room to roam free. Honestly, I could see...

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Camila

HOMETOWN: Lima, Peru PERSONAL STYLE:  My personal style is mostly laid back, and simple. I barely wear anything other than black jeans and plain shirts, although in this weather I am forced to layer up with some button ups and sweaters. FAVORITE WARDROBE ITEM: In the winter it’s my Paddington Coat, but in the summer it has to be my boyfriend chino shorts. I’D NEVER BE CAUGHT DEAD IN: Tie-Dye, never. THE WORD THAT BEST DESCRIBES ME: Chill THE CITY I’D MOST LIKE TO LIVE IN: Somewhere as full of energy as London, with the sunshine of Perth, walkable like...

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Toni

HOMETOWN: Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina MY PERSONAL STYLE IS: Casual with predominantly dark colours FAVORITE WARDROBE ITEM: My leather jacket I’D NEVER BE CAUGHT DEAD IN: Definitely jeans WORD THAT BEST DESCRIBES ME: Energetic and positive CITY I’D MOST LIKE TO LIVE IN: London LISTENING TO: Franz Ferdinand—Take Me Out READING: Orhan Pamuk—My Name is Red FAVORITE TV SHOW OR MOVIE: Big Bang Theory and the Matrix top the list:-) DREAM JOB: Archaeologist or diplomat. I’d love being an archaeologist because I love delving into different cultures and their historical background in order to find out more about human evolution. I’d love being a diplomat because I...

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Hannah

Polar vortex be damned. Hannah braved the c-c-cold and snow like a true street style star, looking so unfazed by our Chicago weather that I almost thought I felt a touch of Spring in the air. (I said...

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