WHO -- Kris Morden, artistic director of the Milk International Children's Festival of the Arts.
WHEN -- Tuesday, 4 pm.
WHERE --Harbourfront Centre.
CLOTHES -- "I figure, go big or go home! I bought my pink python-patterned pleather pants in a moment of weakness, when I needed just the right thing for a party. They were $175 at Kitsch (325 Lonsdale, 481-6712). My black tank top was $20 at Black Market (319 Queen West, 591-7945, and others), and my fur pony mules were a gift from my friend Trish, who lives in England. She got them at Marks & Spencer (not available here, Square One branch, (905) 275-1823). My ring and earrings are both by Toronto designer Van Mackenzie, and cost $135 and $55 at Bounty (York Quay Centre, 235 Queen's Quay West, 973-4993), and this necklace -- by Winnipeg jewellery designer Hilary Druxman -- was a gift from my friend Pam. My engagement ring is from my fiance, Phil, who also gave me this bracelet by Haida artist Alvin Adkins and my Tag watch, which is a step up from the one he lost."
HAIR -- "Paulo at Natural Solutions (Eaton Centre, 977-4848, and others)."
STYLE -- "Somewhere between classic and fun."
UPCOMING -- "The Milk International Children's Festival runs at Harbourfront Centre through Sunday (May 28)."
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