Monthly Archives: January 2010

fantasy fashion pics + vid :: HELLO w/ dancer leelee davis

photos and video by ayo leilani!


FANTASY FASHION #12 @ gallery 1313

Gallery 1313 Jan. 28th 8pm

Admission $15 @the door

1313 Queen St. West 416-536-6778

Fashion meets art on the runway and this year there’s some musical guests to mix things up . This annual fundraiser has been a popular event for the past 11 years attracting young designers and artists who take fashion for in a occasional new direction . This year as well as the art and fashion components we have several musical performances . Funds raised go towards helping Gallery 1313’s operations and programming . Gallery 1313 is an artist run centre with a focus on the emerging artist .

Special Guest MC is Russell Smith fashion writer, author and journalist.
Special Guest DJ Triple- X

Fashion Designers Include

Lisa Moses – NO LOGO
Avyn Omel
Annie Marland – Gothic Inspired fashion works
Mariajose – steampunk/neo-Victorian style
Tatjana Hutinec
Francesca Nocera – Abstract Random – an inter-genre mixed media two human animal that uses electro experimental dub hop.

Don’t miss this fashion/music/art event
Gallery 1313
1313 Queen St. West

OUTTAH NOWHERE SOUND CREW : abstractRandom, Ayo Leilani! LOVeR SUN & selektah jam

friday jan 22, check myspace for details

update! ayo leilani! in MTL w/ abstractRandom 02/02/2010 twosday!

ugs mag – thanks 4 spreadin the word

UGSMAG is an independent hip hop magazine...  Our focus is on indie / underground hip hop from all around the world.

facepaint – confuse it confuse dem

ces n me walk into the kings cafe – lady behind the counter says “what happened to you!?”

ces replies, “i fell”

i fall to the floor laughing – i fell!! into a technicolor puddle? into a rainbow? HA!

she sees we are jokin and says, “is it indian? no, not indian, i mean canada’s original peoples?”

WORD. indigenous. first nations. aboriginal – no! ORIGINAL PEOPLES. i like it. best new PC term i heard.

i reply, “no it’s not first nations, it’s not east indian, it’s our own tradition.”

she continues, “for a celebration?”

we concede, “yes, a celebration.”

this exchange was much nicer than what we usually get from men – “HALLOWEEN!”


i don’t understand. a mask says halloween. but facepaint? to me, facepaint screams kids at a carnival. not halloween.

what do you think?

in my own universe!

the song came on my birthday and i was walking down ces’ street and it just floated into my head and i couldn’t stop singing it… just wait, neither will you… it feels so good.