Who: Heather Goodchild, costume designer and textile artist Where: Lansdowne and College
When: Tuesday evening Clothes: "The jacket comes courtesy of Nathaniel Hawthorn, while the empty locket was found in the garbage. My jeans were $70 at H&M (1 Dundas West, 416-593-0064, and others) and were exactly what I was looking for - high-waisted, slim-legged, dark denim, non-stretch. Thank you, Mr. Lagerfeld. I'm excited to see the waistline moving up, as I'm a little tired of pooling midriffs. These are my new shoes. They're really comfortable and came from B/2 ($125, Eaton Centre, 220 Yonge, 416-979-3544, and others) - who knew? The dogtags on the bag were $8 at the St. Lawrence Sunday Antique Market. I really like the sound they make. I bought my blue bike for $50 seven years ago from a reputable individual in an alleyway. My mother bought the basket."
My style: "I feel that I should mention Napoleon."
Hair: "It takes care of itself."
Into: "My textile artwork will be on display in the purple section at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition at Nathan Phillips Square (July 8 to 10). You can view my work at www.heathergoodchild.com. Also, get ready for the new stop-motion TV show What It's Like Being Alone, airing on the CBC in the near future (www.beingalone.com). I did the costumes. When I'm not working, I'm renovating my house - it's driving me crazy, but I love it!"