“Nowadays, I think anything goes. I walk down Queen Street Mall and I see people dressed every which way: punk, Lolita, a mixture of the two, high glamour, grunge,” he said.
“You can essentially take from every single column to compose what it is that you feel you are. It’s really amazing.”
Obviously, thinking about who you are goes further than style and fashion – it speaks to hobbies and interests, too. Away from the judgmental gaze of people who know you well, moving to a new…
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