WHO: Kenneth Montague, director of Wedge Gallery and dentist
WHERE: SOF Art House (688 Richmond West) WHEN: Friday, 3 pm
Clothing: "My leather jacket is vintage. I bought it for about $90 in Camden Market, London, and my Swedish-made Dunderdon sweater was $150 from WantStil boutique in Old Montreal. I try to support my patients - many of whom are Toronto artists and designers - so a lot of what I wear is from local stores. I get my glasses from Rapp Optical (788 College, 416-537-6590); these cost about $180. I bought my pants for about $190 at Studio Deluxe (793 Queen West, 416-603-3704). My belt and T-shirt were around $55 each from Hoax Couture (114 Cumberland, 416-929-4629). My Simon Carter watch is from Delphic (706 Queen West, 416-603-3334) and cost about $200, and my good-luck bracelet was a gift from the wonderful Rita Marley (available from the Bob Marley Museum in Kingston, Jamaica). These shoes were on sale for approximately $100 at B2 (399 Queen West, 416-595-9281), and my Adidas sport socks, about $12, are available at Jet Rag (359 Queen West, 416-979-2677)."
DOG: "Her name is Lola. She's the SOF Art House mascot."
HAIR: "The guys at Crasher's Barber Shop (861 Bloor West, 416-531-0421) keep me looking clean up top. Getting a haircut there is a total trip. The conversations are almost as interesting as the hairstyles."
STYLE: "Queen West meets Bloor. It all depends on whether I'm selling art or doing a root canal."
INTO: "Photography and film, design, music and travelling. Wedge Gallery's current Contact photo exhibition, Jamel Shabazz: Back In The Days, runs at SOF Art House until May 31. www.wedgegallery.com"