WHO -- Deborah Brown, local fashion designer, post-production studio employee, HMV record seller, wardrobe specialist for film and TV, backgammon enthusiast.
WHEN -- Monday, 3 pm.
WHERE -- In front of C'est What (67 Front East).
CLOTHES -- "The top was my own design for my label, TRIG (email@example.com). I made it for myself for last summer's line. It sold for around $40. The skirt, from this summer's line, is available at www.divadigs.com and at Get Out Side (437 Queen West, 593-5598) and other shops around Toronto. My necklace is from Shelli Oh's handmade line, Harebell (www.harebell.com), and it sells for around $70. My shoes are NM70s that I just got for $110 at groovy (323 Queen West, 595-1059). The heart ring is from Bob and Jules (770 Queen East, 466-2206), and was around $80. The other ring was my grandfather's."
HAIR -- "My friend Marcus Tripp, who is a stylist and also a fashion designer, does it."
STYLE -- "Modern-day love funk."
UPCOMING -- "I was recently chosen as one of four new designers to begin Fashion Week in spring 2001 for the Toronto Fashion Incubator's New Labels Show. My new line is clothing inspired by Elvis, made with the Elvis groupie in mind."