WHO: Bob Marley's nephew Michaelangelo Peart with his daughter Gaya Pax Peart
where: At the Irie Music Festival in Nathan Phillips Square
WHEN: Sunday, 4:30 pm
CLOTHING: "Bob Marley's children started a museum and gift shop in Jamaica to celebrate his life. I moved to Canada not long ago, and most of my clothing is from my homeland. The Marley birthday tribute shirt is a limited-edition print. It and the Bob medallion and turban come from my family's museum in Jamaica. The staff I'm holding is hand-carved and -painted. I will be selling these authentic Jamaican walking sticks in Toronto soon; they'll range in price from $40 to $150. The Rasta colours in the bracelet that I made are symbolic: red for the blood of the people, green for the earth and gold for the sun. I sold some of them and gave the rest away at Caribana. My daughter is also wearing her Rasta colour bracelets, which she made."
HAIR: Father and daughter are original Rastas and wear their hair naturally dreaded.
STYLE: "Dressing differently than everyone else but still showing what's important to me: my roots and my spirituality."
INTO: "Culture, spirit, religion and playing music with my band, Kid Rasta & the Peace Maker."