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This is a step in the right direction but can be a little confusing.
So we’ve rounded up the most notable Torontonians on Instagram who really know how to show off their city: from its streets to its parks, its restaurants to its rooftops. Thank You Toronto: What started off as a way to showcase the beauty of the city has turned into a growing online community that focuses on positive change and sharing the love for T. The creators behind this account even took their love for the city to the next level and created a line of Toronto-inspired apparel.
With every purchases, they feed someone in need in the city.
Normcore is being described as "situational sensitivity" by some, though others have hailed it as a move back to normalcy – as someone being "consciously bland".
Last week, normcore was being used to describe the emerging fashion trends of Rick Owens, Karl Lagerfeld's supermarket show and Nicolas Ghesquière's highly anticipated new vision for Louis Vuitton.