WHO: Kathleen Wilkinson, personal jewellery consultant (Cubic_carbon@hotmail.com)
WHEN: Tuesday morning
WHERE: King and Parliament
CLOTHING: "My silver shoes are from Pacific Mall ($40, 4300 Steeles East, 905-947-9560). I don't remember what store, though. These jeans - my favourite pair - are from Winners ($20, 57 Spadina, 416-585-2052). I got this white T at Club Monaco (403 Queen West, 416-979-5633) for $15. I made my green sweater myself. The yarn cost $200 at Romni Wool (658 Queen West, 416-703-0202). I'm wearing a lot of items by local designers, too: the blue necklace ($75) is by Millie Everett at Formations Jewelry (416-487-4744), and my earrings are by Elana Ginsberg. You can get them at The Smith ($235, 107 Shaw, 416-533-9990). It just opened up - it has an art gallery and coffee, too. I love it there. Also, my bracelet ($175) is by Kelly Allanson (647-203-1073). I got my watch in New York. The eyebrow ring is from my good old college days in Oakville. This lime-green bag (so hot) was handmade by a Montreal designer - Christopher Kon. It was $300. I picked it up at the Mode Show a few years ago (www.mode-accessories.com). My main man, Raussi (doggie) is a 10-year-old Aussi shepherd. If he can't go where I want to, then I don't go."
HAIR: "Brad Perry at Langton Salon (201 King East, 416-365-0481) does my hair. People stop me on the street all the time and ask where I get it done. He's that awesome!"
MY STYLE: "Loud eclectic colour."
INTO: "Breakfast at Morning Glory Café (457 King East, 416-703-4728); shopping for cool clothes by local designers at Distill (Distillery District, 55 Mill, 416-304-0033); knitting; antiquing; watching movies; taking Raussi on big walks to the Brick Works or for a swim at Cherry Beach. My lovebirds Lee Lu and Durt are fantastic, too. They spend a lot of time flying around my loft and getting into everything! They love it because they can go really high and avoid me when it's time to get back in their cage. Plants are also big for me - my latest thing is taking in plants that are basically beyond saving and bringing them back to life."