WHO: Heather Schibli designer of the Passenger Pigeon clothing line
WHERE: College and Dovercourt
WHEN: Sunday afternoon
clothing: "My sunglasses are from Australia. I got the earrings at the One Of A Kind show - they were a trade. You can get them at www.cinellimaillet.com. The shirt jacket is by Debbie at Snoflake (www.snoflakefashion.com). It's another trade I made at the DUDE show. The watch on my right wrist is by local designer Kate of Who Loves Dares (www.wholovesdares.com) - it was $64. On my other wrist I have another watch that I got at Value Village (1319 Bloor West, 416-539-0585, and others) for $9. I made my dress as part of my spring/summer 06 collection. You can get one for $164. It's a hand-printed hemp/cotton blend wrap dress. Totally eco-friendly! You can check out some of my other designs at www.passengerpigeon.ca. My jeans were $200. They're by Loomstate and made of organic cotton. I got them at Delphic (706 Queen West, 416-603-3334). I got my shoes on sale in New York City. They're made by Terra Plana and are eco-friendly because the soles are natural rubber. My purse is another trade - that's one of the perks of being a designer. It's green, too, because Jack & Marjorie purses are made of reused materials. It costs $160. Check out www.jackandmarjorie. com if you wanna see more of their stuff."
MY STYLE: "Covertly enviro-friendly."
HAIR: "I cut my own."
INTO: "Volunteering with FLAP (the Fatal Light Awareness Program, www.flap.org). My roomate Mary and I collect injured birds and bring them to the Toronto Wildlife Centre to get rehabilitated; Tim Flannery (author of The Weather Makers), who's talking at OISE (252 Bloor West) tonight (Thursday, April 20, 7 pm, see book review and Readings, page 78); being a member of the Royal Society of Adventurology, which happens to be organizing the Orphaned Object Safari at the bandstand in Trinity-Bellwoods Park on Saturday (April 22) at 2 pm (www.adventurology.ca). It's a fun garbage-picking Earth Day event. We're providing tools like garbage pokers and fancy gloves."