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This Is How Your Design Aesthetic Evolves

One designer insists that if you stop looking for pieces that fit together and just buy what you love, eventually what you love will find a way to fit. “Taste Evolves”...

This Is What It Looks Like to Be Dripping with Pride

What happens when an interactive artist confronts a charged political climate meet during Pride month? A fashion statement. Caring for the Community Motivated by his concern for...

“Deep In Vogue”: This Is Full British Ballroom Immersion

Two decades after Madonna’s “Vogue” blew the doors off ballroom, the scene is hotter than ever. Now a pair of British filmmakers are touring art houses and...

Share a Perfect Day in Manhattan with Fashion Guru Tim Gunn

Fashion guru Tim Gunn has become nearly as celebrated a part of New York as the landmarks that surround his Manhattan home. His grace, wisdom and urbane charm helped propel TV’s...

We Get Down and Dirty with Nasty Pig CEO David Lauterstein

David Lauterstein fancies himself a poet. He’s also the CEO of Nasty Pig and presides over one the most recognizable gay men’s gear brands in the world today. In...

See the Revolutionary Fashions of Gay Designer Rudi Gernreich

Designer Rudi Gernreich was one of the few working in the fashion industry of the swinging ’60s who actually changed the world around him through his creations....

“Runway Remake” Host Mondo Guerra: Unlock the Artist in You

New York designer Mondo Guerra is back in the Project Runway limelight. As the host of Runway Remake, Guerra is on a new mission to make America creative again. Consider Runway...

“Oscar at the Crown” Promises a Wilde Night of Immersive Dance and Delight

Let’s face it: If we’re all gonna go up in a flash of light underneath a mushroom cloud, Oscar at the Crown suggests a pretty sweet way to kiss the day goodbye. The...

Fearless Fashion: Rudi Gernreich exhibition at the Skirball

Los Angeles fashion designer Rudi Gernreich (1922–1985) introduced the “monokini,” the thong, unisex caftans, pantsuits for women, and enough inventive clothing to earn him...

The Met Pays Tribute to the Art of Camp in a New Exhibit

Camp is defined as being “deliberately exaggerated and theatrical in style, typically for humorous effect.” It’s long been a term applied to a number of LGBTQ-related...

“Pose” Returns for Season 2 June 9: AIDS and “Vogue” to Set the Scene

Pose returns to television June 9 for a second season. When it does, the focus will expand to include the AIDS crisis and the launch of Madonna’s “Vogue.” Few...

Gay “Project Runway” Alum Viktor Luna: Still Raising HIV Awareness

Project Runway alum Viktor Luna famously revealed his poz HIV status on TV, but his journey toward raising awareness continues to unfold today. You likely recall Viktor Luna from...