WHO: Julian Calleros, visual artist
WHERE: Dovercourt and Argyle
WHEN: Wednesday afternoon
CLOTHING: "My black leather jacket is from Mexico - it was a present from a good friend in high school. I got the collar shirt at Grrreat Stuff ($90, 870 Queen West, 416-536-6770). The hoodie is from Black Market ($15, 319 Queen West, 416-591-7945). I use the blue and pink sash as a belt. It was a present from my friend fashion designer Dean Horn (Horn Dean, 61A Bellevue, 416-596-0595). My pants are from Bedo ($120, 318 Queen West, 416-506-1580). The sneakers ($100) are from a store on Queen West by Trinity Bellwoods Park, I can't remember the name. My earring was a present from a friend - we're splitting the pair. The T-shirt was a girt from my roommate. It's about the Mexican Day of the Dead (November 2), a celebration of loved ones who have passed. I'm wearing it in honour of Pedro Adrete. He was a neighbour of mine and a painter for 15 years. He had an accident while painting a mural and passed. Bless his soul."
MY STYLE: "Multiculturalism meets big city."
INTO: "Having some of my video work screened at Toronto Alternative Art Fair International (TAAFI) Monday (November 7) at the Drake Hotel (1150 Queen West, 416-531-5042) in the Yoga Den, on the second floor. Come, it will be fun!"