WHO: Brock (left), grade 11 student at Bishop Allen Academy, and Kenny Conners, brothers and co-workers at family-run business Café Brasiliano (850 Dundas West, 416-603-6607)
WHEN: Saturday, 2 pm
WHERE: Basketball court, Dundas and Manning
CLOTHING: Kenny: "Our Pony shoes were $39.99 at Sport Chek (2 Queen East, 416-598-1626, and others) and our mom buys our socks for us - these are probably from Champs (Yorkdale Mall, 3401 Dufferin, 416-782-5493, and others). These Jonny Blaze shorts were a present. I got this Ecko Red shirt at Athletes World (Eaton Centre, 416-598-2456, and others) for $30. The tattoo of the Irish Conner clan emblem on my arm was done at Reactive Ink (283B Augusta, 416-204-1657) by Wes. We both have pierced ears. Our family friend Helia pierced them at Helia Beauty Salon (848 Dundas West, 416-603-9984).
Brock: "My Enyce pants from Collections America (2919 Dundas West, 416-604-3433) cost about $75. I got my white long-sleeved T-shirt from American Eagle Outfitters (Eaton Centre, 416-204-9557, and others) and my other Sean John shirt was $19.99 at Winners (57 Spadina, 416-585-2052, and others). The bandana is from the 786 Dollar Store (1540 Bloor West, 416-530-9873)."
HAIR: "We don't get our hair cut. We're growing it."
MY STYLE: "Underground hiphop with a little rock. Urban. You know, baggy jeans with brand new kicks and a nice T-shirt."
INTO: "House parties, chilling in a park, playing dominoes, boxing and freestyling. Our favourite album is Big L's The Big Picture. We like older hiphop from the 90s, when it was more about storytelling. Now everyone's taking hiphop in, but it's all about who's got the most money and the biggest car. We're not into that."