“Pics of my black party outfit (I also wore red CB13 high socks but didn’t have them on for this pic).” – BRAVO DELTA
For those of you asking, the shorts are from studiotimoteo
Mathu Andersen hitches a ride with RuPaul on this episode of RuPaul Drives! These two together is magic! Enjoy the video? Subscribe here!
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“Celebrating the golden age of the Television Variety Show… for better or worse.”
I couldn’t LOVE THE REDUNDANT VARIETY HOUR more! Miss Barbara Bain singing, Liza singing in German, Margaux Hemingway singing… badly. It’s all here with the help of Safety Gays and Wiglets! Seriously, if you call yourself a gay… bookmark this blog and watch a few clips everyday… and tell them Sissydude sent ya! CHECK IT OUT HERE
MONDAY MONDAY MEGA-POST with JASON WOODWARD, BUTT boys, MARY BLAIR, FUR, David WOLFMAN Williams & SEXY SELFIES
Private Birthday Party is a private collection of found photographic slides that depict Kansas City’s early drag ball culture throughout the 1950s and 1960s. With over 200 images, this collection is a rare, important look into the rich history of mid-century drag ball culture in middle America.
Thanks Dusti Cunningham!
Luigi + Iango for Vogue Germany, April 2014, Opulenz À La Marie Antoinette & Kopfarbeit (via LE BEEHIVE)
Blade + Blue’s Spring 2014 was inspired by the memories of being back in school; making new friends, passing notes, getting report cards, taking field trips… From the paper airplane prints of the ties to the new handmade backpacks, you can sense the nostalgia I was feeling for that time in our lives when the future was wide open and the possibilities were endless.
BTW… click the images twice to see them HUGE!
Photography by John Hodges
A cavalcade of “To Tell the Truth” panelist Kitty Carlisle’s lovely designer clothes, representing just a sample of her many looks. Please to enjoy.
American Apparel has collaborated with artist Nathalie Du Pasquier to create a collection of clothing using new prints inspired by Du Pasquier’s work with 1980s design collective, Memphis. The assortment is comprised of both new and classic American Apparel silhouettes for men and women and is limited edition.
Nathalie Du Pasquier was born in Bordeaux, France in 1957 and has lived in Milan since 1979. She worked as a designer and was a founding member of the Memphis Group. She designed numerous “decorated surfaces” including textiles, carpets, plastic laminates and some furniture and objects. In 1987 painting became her main activity. Visit nathaliedupasquier.com for more information about her career.
NYT: In 1968, 20 years after his arrival in New York and before he made his name chronicling fashion and society in pictures for The New York Times, Bill Cunningham began another fashion project, a body of work that became a 1978 book, “Facades,” and is the subject of a delightful yet subtly profound exhibition at the New-York Historical Society through June 15.
“Bill Cunningham: Facades” is the result of a long-term collaboration between Mr. Cunningham and his friend, fellow photographer and neighbor at Carnegie Hall Studios, Editta Sherman, who died last year at the age of 101. Like Mr. Cunningham, “the Duchess of Carnegie Hall” was a devoted collector of vintage clothes. On weekends, Mr. Cunningham photographed her on the streets of New York wearing ensembles put together from their collections. Each image matches clothing with architecture that exemplifies the period, ranging from the late 18th century to the 1950s. The exhibition features most of the 88 gelatin silver prints from the series, which Mr. Cunningham donated to the New-York Historical Society when the book was completed. READ THE FULL STORY HERE.