A pair of real NY Fashion Stars who’s lights are now dimmed

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  It’s so wrong to have regrets in life and we didn’t think we had any until this morning.  There in our inbox from one of favorite Queerguru followers was a New Yorker documentary about an amazing couple of extreme fashion devotees who had being running this Vintage Fashion Store. If it were not the … Continue reading

ALL MAN : The International Male Story : how clothing played a significant role in the evolution of the queer community

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  All Man: The International Male Story, is a compelling feature documentary debut of Bryan Darling and Jesse Finley Reed that highlights a crucial part of queer history.   It may not be as serious as events like the Stonewell Riots but it most certainly plays its own role in the evolution of the queer community. … Continue reading

Queerguru reviews Frédéric Tcheng’s excellent documentary DIOR AND I

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  Bernard Arnault, the CEO of LMVH took a year to decide on who to appoint as the new Creative Director of DIOR after the unceremonious firing of John Galliano for his very public display of anti-semitism (alleged). The interim in-house designer’s collection had been very poorly received so Arnault knew that he had to … Continue reading

DRIES : an intimate portrait of fashion designer Dries Van Noten

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  In today’s culture where a successful fashion designer is as much of a star as the celebrity customers they dress,  Dries Van Noten is quite the exception.  True he does quietly outfit Cate Blanchett for all her trips down the red carpet, but this quiet and unassuming extremely talented Belgian is much happier at home … Continue reading

House of Cardin: the tale of an unsung design hero

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  Pierre Cardin is an unsung hero.  This pioneering design genius has too often been ignored or dismissed by a coterie of  traditional fashion elitists who disliked Cardin for having the temerity of being the very first Haute Couturier to create a ready-to wear line  back in 1959.  It resulted with Cardin being expelled from … Continue reading

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