Italian-bred, Melbourne-born and Toronto-based stylist and self-described ‘fashion psychic’. Her international upbringing and travel-heavy lifestyle has given her a wider scope of trends and deeper consciousness of fashion production. As a #whomadeyourclothes enthusiast, ethical sourcing and sustainability are non-negotiables in her styling work and in her own line of unisex army jackets and accessories, Albano.
Jo Jin is a prop and wardrobe stylist with the Toronto chapter of Judy Inc. As a stylist, Jo has an impressive roster of clients from Canon to Google and Volve. Her work has been seen in print, on billboards and on TV, with thoughtful placement, perfect balance, dueling textures taking centre stage.
A creative multi-hyphenate who has been called “the face of fashion in Canada’s creative capital” by Paper Magazine. After styling multi-platform projects for the likes of Nike, Nylon and OVO, Bobby recently launched Bully Magazine, an LGBTQ publication where he serves as founder and editor.
Each well-styled post receives an average of 360 likes from his 5.6k followers, with a stellar engagement rate of 6.6%.
Andrew Coimbra is a George Brown grad who has catapulted his career as designer and creative director of his progressive namesake brand. After interning for Proenza Schouler, Andrew Coimbra began designing luxury outerwear and streetwear seen on Refinery29, Elle Canada and the Junos red carpet. His forward-thinking brand pushes industry boundaries with genderless pieces that he defines as having a “cool and refined ease.”
With a combined Instagram reach of 10k, each post on his brand’s account gets an average of 760 video views and 160 post likes.
the jewelry designer and co-founder of Beaufille, a Toronto-based womenswear and jewelry brand thats been recently dubbed as one of the best jewelry lines by fashion designers, by Vogue Paris and has been worn by Lady Gaga, Yasmin Sewell and Net-A-Portiers around the world.
With a combined Instagram following of 38k, her brand’s demographic consists of 84% women, average age being 27, primarily living in London, Toronto and NY, with an average income of $48,800.
Desiree Shaka is an emerging model rep’d by the Toronto chapter of Elite Model Management. Her striking feature and signature cropped ‘fro has been seen in work with Andrew Coimbra and on cover of The Kit Compact.
Malcolm Omoruyi is a new face rep’d by Dulcedo Management who has been seen in the pages of V Magazine and Pause, in a music video with The Weeknd and in campaigns for NOMAD, Fear of God and Get Fresh Company. Most recently Malcolm walked at Toronto Mens Fashion Week, where he closed Kollar Clothing’s show.
Isaac Jahkel is a Toronto-based model repped by Elmer Olsen. Since first entering onto Toronto’s fashion scene, Isaac has worked with both emerging and established Canadian brands like Simons, Wil Studios, and Hendrix Roe.
Sisi Berhe is a PR maven who has quickly ascended from associate to executive with MSL Group, where she specializes in lifestyle, beauty and fashion. After her 9-5, she works with L’Ame Inconnue (Unknown Soul), a creative collective working to bring the designs of African designers to the forefront of the industry and to change the mainstream perception of African fashion. Staying true to her Eritrean roots, Sisi’s work with L’Ame Inconnue is setting the foundation for borderless future for African designers.
This emerging genre-bending musician has already caught the attention of Into the Gloss, Wonderland, Dazed and fashion industry fave Petra Collins. Drawing inspiration from Marilyn Manson, Eminem and the Backstreet Boys, her diverse influences transcend to her broad online reach.
With over 11k Instagram followers, Dana receives 410 likes per post and 2.5 video views, on average. Last year, Dana’s music was streamed for 29k hours in 57 countries on Spotify, where she currently received 5286 listeners each month.
Odessa Paloma Parker works double-time as contributing fashion editor for the Globe Style Advisor and head of content for Toronto cannabis giant Hiku and their sister brand Van der Pop. She also moonlights as DJ Weird Dad. Odessa wears multiple hats while wearing her signature bold outfits, characterized by masterfully mixed patterns that you would probably see if you were on the best high ever.
When she isn’t doing marketing for York University or backstage at shows for Oscar de la Renta and The Collections, Patricia Yeboah is behind L’Ame Inconnue (Unknown Soul), a collective working to bring African designers to the forefront of the fashion industry and to expand the mainstream perception of African fashion, beyond just textiles. Staying true to her Ghanian roots, Tricia’s work with L’Ame Inconnue is setting the foundation for a borderless future for African designers.
Jay Strut is a blogger, content-creator and front-row staple at fashion weeks around the world. After years of well-curated and envy-inducing snaps of her lifestyle, she has amassed an impressive following and has secured her place as one of Toronto’s foremost fashion bloggers and influencers, with collaborations with HP, Google, Chanel and Versace under her belt.
Every photo from her international escapades gets an average of 1.1k likes from nearly 61k followers.
Mur is a Toronto scene queen and hair and beauty expert. On-set she specializes in stage hair and gel styling and online she showcases her ever-evolving hairstyles, from a bleached crop to her two-tone bob and expertly laid baby hairs.