Fashion


  • LEATHER WEATHER

    LEATHER WEATHER  BY Brian Scott Lipton   Leather? I hardly even know her. Actually, that’s not true for most of us. Especially as temperatures begin to cool down, we consciously make leather an essential part of our daily wardrobes. The cotton t-shirts, the canvas sneakers, the Target bags we now...

    September 9, 2022 / Fashion, Featured Articles
  • It’s in the Bag

    As the Omicron surge of COVID-19 kept so many of us stuck inside this winter, especially as this contagious strain of the virus forced many companies to reconsider letting workers return to their offices, the last thing on our many of our minds were “what bag will I use today?”...

    February 25, 2022 / Fashion
  • Christian Siriano

    A man of many talents

    November 15, 2021 / Fashion, Featured Articles
  • Daring to Bare Their Beach Bodies

    For trans individuals, swimsuit season brings hopes and fears By Dawn Ennis Her first bikini wasn’t even hers. A substantial but still comparatively skimpy white, pink and gray patterned two-piece swimsuit, it had actually once belonged to her teenage daughter, who outgrew it as the girl matured. Now, it was a...

    June 22, 2020 / Fashion
  • The Best Costume For The Day

    By MAR JENNINGS  “… I think this is the best costume for today … Mother wanted me to come out in a kimono, so we had quite a fight.”   Many of you surely recognize that as a quote from American socialite, fashion model, and cabaret performer Edie Beale, or...

    September 6, 2019 / Fashion
  • Confessions of a Drag Addict And A Word From Asia O’Hara

    By FRANK RIZZO Photography by Brandon Voss, Voss Events   It started slowly, with my husband Bill becoming a fan first. Eleven years ago, “RuPaul’s Drag Race” was new to Logo, the gay cable channel best known to me at the time for reruns of “The Golden Girls.” Finally, it...

    September 6, 2019 / Fashion
  • Dressed For Success

    SCSU’s new clothing and toiletries closet helps and uplifts LGBTQ students By Cara McDonough  /  Photography by Daniel Eugene The “Open Door Closet” isn’t your typical closet. Yes, it takes up a corner space in a room, has drapes that act as doors for privacy and includes many of the accoutrements a closet...

    May 28, 2019 / Fashion
  • Fashion Your Seat Belts

    What happened to traveling in style?   By MAR JENNINGS   Think about this: you have in your hot little hands the tickets for your trip to … Florence… Paris… Barcelona… San Francisco… Boise. You’re packed, your passport is safely tucked away, your itinerary has been checked and confirmed, and your...

    May 27, 2019 / Fashion
  • Fashion Should Not Be A Drag

    Find your inner fashionista! By Mar Jennings Did I get your attention? First and foremost, I’d like to welcome you to my column, a fun approach to fashion that embraces personality and individuality. That said, no one personifies personality and individuality more than a professional drag queen. Truth be told,...

    February 7, 2019 / Fashion