WHO: Kathleen Pirrie Adams, Kodak Lecture Series coordinator
WHEN: Wednesday morning
WHERE: Centre for Computing and Engineering at Ryerson University
CLOTHING: "My friend gave me this jacket - it's by local designers Dagg & Stacey. You can get some of their clothes at Fresh Collective (692 Queen West, 416-594-1313). I bought my house-brand shirt on sale at Holt Renfrew (50 Bloor West, 416-922-2333), and the necklace ($48) at the One Of A Kind Show. It's made by Buttercup Days. I stole the jeans from my girlfriend, Lisa, who got them in Montreal a few years ago - thanks, hon! The belt was a Christmas gift. My lady boots are from Heel Boy ($150, 682 Queen West, 416-362-4335). They have treats and water for your dog out front. Isn't that cool? Freitag makes these great bags from recycled seatbelts, tarps and inner tubes. I got this one from my friend Kate, who sells them at her store InAbstracto ($185, 1160 Queen West, 416-533-6362). I got my Nixon watch in New York. The inscription claims, No other watch is closer to the truth.' I guess that's postmodern marketing for you...."
HAIR: "June Croken at Wax Hairdressing (388 Richmond West, 416-260-1668) cuts it, and I colour it myself."
STYLE: "Music For Mechanics."
INTO: "Collecting Expo 67 paraphernalia; worrying about a so-called family values future; postering for the Kodak lecture on Friday (January 27) by photo and video artist Fiona Tan and getting things ready for the webcast of her lecture (www.ryersonlectures.ca)."