Jay Strut of Jay Strut, Toronto
This week’s most exciting moments in Canadian street style involve champagne, cake, and cowboys and Indians. Intrigued? Read on!
Expertly juggling two phones and a glass of champagne in hand, Jay looked more like a star than most Hollywood celebrities at the Cannes Film Festival. His tuxedo jacket is nothing short of incredible, and its ivory colour do the shawl lapel and cuff buttons far more justice than black would. This million-dollar look is certainly an impressive change from when I last saw Jay in Rihanna-esque denim cut-off shorts, singing “CAKE CAKE CAKE…!” at an amazing RiRi-themed bachelorette party for Nelia.
Speaking of cake (I definitely didn’t bring up that Rihanna song just to make a smooth transition), Elizabeth’s bag conveys some great words of wisdom from Kate Spade: “Eat cake for breakfast.” This reminds me of that one time I ate two cupcakes for breakfast, immediately passed out from an overdose of sugar, and dreamt that Val Kilmer was my friend.
Sadly, there is no way to use “Speaking of Val Kilmer…” as a logical transition. Caillianne, whose outfit was inspired by cowboys and Indians, looks like she’s ready to take down anyone who gets in her way. But actually she wore this to her father’s birthday dinner.
Caillianne Beckerman of Beckerman Bite Plate, Toronto
Justyna Baraniecki of Chameleonic, Ottawa
Anik Lacasse-Richard of Montreal in Style, Montreal
Amy Nelson of Amy Flying A Kite, Calgary