The weekly fashion of the Toronto Star had this pic: http://www.thestar.ca/images/thestar...o_will_250.jpg
Here's the accompanying text by fashion writer David Graham: As the brainchild behind "Peroxide," one of Toronto's hippest underground party venues, Will Munro has a reputation for creating his own scene. He's in a new wave/punk frame of mind these days and it's reflected in the theme of his dance parties and the way he dresses. Munro may reference the past but his take is always modern. He is particularly drawn to the attitude and style of Toronto's "raw urban life", suggesting an appropriate location for his photograph might be a rundown neighbourhood in Toronto's inner city or against a backdrop he's decorated with diagonal stripes of yellow duct tape on a black background. He wears a simple white buttoned down shirt wrapped with black electrical tape, a skinny black leather tie, black and white chequered "old school" Vans and a child's helmet with visor. For just a touch of androgyny Munro adds a slick of red lipstick. He believes in event dressing and suggests he is not inclined to reveal too much about himself with each wardrobe change. Sometimes the way you dress is intended to obscure your personality or to reveal information at your own pace, he explains. "It's important to be in control of your own image," he says. At times, that calls for red lipstick. Other times might require a carefully drawn bruise or a trickle of blood. "I like recycled or re-designed clothing," he says. "And often the way I dress depends on what kind of music I'm into at the time." The artist, who spent his youth in Toronto suburbs and studied at OCAD, recently had his artwork created from re-worked underwear shot for I-d magazine. Munro draws a lot of inspiration from the '70s and '80s club and art scenes in London, Berlin and particularly New York.