Who: Kiyomi McCloskey, lead singer and guitar player of Hunter Valentine
Where: Alleyway at Adelaide and Sherbourne
WHEN: Wednesday afternoon
CLOTHES: "My army-green button-up shirt was $40 at Playdead Cult Shop (508 Bathurst, 416-921-6662). I got my jeans from the boys' section at H&M (1 Dundas West, 416-623-4300, and others) for around $59. My black Converses were $50 at Get Outside (437 Queen West, 416-593-5598). The black tie was a great find at Goodwill (234 Adelaide East, 416-362-4711, and others) for a buck. My studded belt came from a street market in Bangkok, Thailand, for a buck as well. I got a buckle for it from Playdead for $25. The bracelet was a gift from my motha, Judy. All my rings are from Rumah (668 Queen West, 416-703-4594) - they were around $50 each. My sacred heart tattoo was done at Reactive Ink ($180, 283B Augusta, 416-204-1657) by Danny. The Metronome Canada pin - which by the way is one of the biggest, most exciting music projects for Toronto and Canada - can be purchased directly from them. For more info, check out their Web site at www.metronomecanada.com. The jacket's by We, and I got it from Parallel (754 Queen West, 416-703-1777) for $150."
Hair: "By Shauna at Coup Bizzarre (704 Queen West, 416-504-0783)."
My Style: "International heartbreaker extraordinaire."
Into: Teasing my bandmates, listening to the Cliks, singles nights, snowboarding, debauchery and cake."
COMING UP: "Shot Through The Heart, featuring Hunter Valentine (!), the Cliks, Ina Unt Ina and the Estrogems Monday (February 14) at the Gladstone; L'Afrique, featuring Hunter Valentine (!), Galaxy, Kids on TV and KingSize February 18 at the Gladstone in a benefit to promote AIDS awareness in Kenya. www.huntervalentine.com."