WHO: Paige Gratland, donut ho, singer for the Hank Collective (www.weepingtruckers.com), maker of video and performance art and 9-to-5er at the Toronto International Film Festival Group
WHEN: Saturday, 2 pm
WHERE: Outside the new living room gallery Small Fires at 202 Major
CLOTHING: "Donut Ho's $50 hand-stitched and -decorated Do-Muff, available online at www.donuthos.com. My $8 pink leaf skeleton earrings were made by Sheri at IKI (19 Kensington, 416-598-0790). I bought my $30 rabbit fur collar with pom-poms on a band shopping trip when we were playing the Pop Montreal Festival, from Maison Simons. My leopard-print dress was a hand-me-down, made by my mom to be Jane to my dad's Tarzan. My $28 gold leather boots are from Rayne at EGO (9 Kensington, 416-596-8282). The $25 brown woollen tights are from Marks and Spencers, Norwich, UK, and the $20 Wolfbag was made by Lindsey Gillard (www.wolfbags.com)."
HAIR: "Cut by Alexi Manis, the revisionist at TIFF featured in My Style in September 2004."
MY STYLE: "Louise Brooks meets Pee-wee's Playhouse."
INTO: Selling hand-stitched and -decorated plush felt donuts and accessories with collaborator Rayne Baron at Pedal To The Metal,Saturday (December 4) at the Rivoli (332 Queen West) from noon to 5 pm. There'll be lots of great bands like the Pauls and the Silt. Pwyc or bring a food bank donation (19+). I'll also be selling at the Dude Show (Latvian House, 491 College, 1-866-811-5097), which is free and runs December 3 to 8."