Kelsey is a divine vintage-deconstructed diva who’s taking design to a whole new dimension. You can check out her sweet smile and style sense on her super popular blog, The-Anthology.com. Her fine fashion taste has been featured on websites such as The Style Quotient and The Style Spy. You can find her shakin’ her thing at the next Phoenix concert… to scavenging her next threads along Main Street.. to typing her way to social media supremacy.

This is Kelsey.

Name:
Kelsey Dundon or @TheAnthology to the tweeps

What do you do?
I’m a writer, travel addict, aspiring photographer, social media geek, design enthusiast, music fanatic, and downright terrible singer. Oh, and I’m a blogger at The-Anthology.com

How long have you lived / worked in Yaletown?
Five short years.

Best place to get lunch?
Does the seawall count? – I love nothing more than to grab something from Salsa and Agave, Urban Fare, or Sciue and eat lunch down by False Creek.

Best place for dinner?
It’s a tie between Rodney’s and Hapa Izakaya. You can’t beat a place with lots of share plates and big tables.

What’s the one thing about Yaletown that only a local would know of?
You can’t walk down the block without bumping into five people you know.

One word to describe Yaletown:
Vibrant! Especially when it’s sunny and every single patio is packed with people.

Who was your first celebrity sighting in Yaletown?
Remember Fat Joe? I spotted him and his entourage on Mainland.

What’s the one thing you like about Yaletown?
The choice! Restaurants, boutiques, cafes – there’s no shortage of any of it.

What’s the one thing you don’t like about Yaletown?
Too much tempting shopping.

You wish Yaletown had more of….?
Public art. I love the sculptures they’ve put up lately. Give us more!

You wish Yaletown had less of….?
Traffic. It can get jam-packed in these narrow streets.

What is Yaletown missing?
A live music venue.

Favourite memory being in Yaletown:
Following the Olympic torch relay through the streets. (Running near the torch isn’t quite as cool as running with the torch, but it’s still something.)