WHO: Lindsay Casey, documentary filmmaker with Monkey Skirt Productions and a manager at Come as You Are (701 Queen West, 416-504-7934)
WHEN: Wednesday, 10:45 am WHERE: Come as You Are CLOTHING: "My pants came either from the bedroom floor or the lost and found at Come as You Are, I can't remember which. I've had my Doc Martens for so long that I don't remember where I got them or how much I paid. My bracelet and key chain came from a Joan Jett concert, and I got my hoodie in Austin, Texas, at a Buzzcocks/Lunachicks show for $20 U.S. My courier bag was around $10 U.S. at Buffalo Exchange in Austin, and the patch stitched to the front is from a friend's band, Maximum Rock 'n' Roll. My jacket came from Goodwill (234 Adelaide East, 416-362-4711, and others) and cost $10. I've picked up the patches on it all over the place. I have tattoos as well, tons on my arms - mostly small sailor-style images like whisky bottles, daggers, a heart with crossbones, etc. I get them done by Andrés Merrill at TCB Tattoos (618 Queen West, 416-203-1615)."
HAIR: "I guess I need a haircut. I dye it myself and usually just get friends to cut it."
MY STYLE: "Comfortable, a little out of the ordinary, mostly just jeans and band shirts. I like low-maintenance clothes because I'm pretty busy and just want to be comfy."
INTO: "Music and collecting records. Right now I'm really into the film I'm working on with partners Forest Lightbody and Antonella LaCaprara. It's a documentary about the life of Wendy O. Williams and the punk band the Plasmatics tentatively called It's My Life. Look for it next year."