#BornThisDay: Actor, Tilda Swinton

November 5, 1960- Tilda Swinton. There are only a small handful of actors that compel me to watch a film just because they appear in it, but Katherine Mathilda Swinton ... See the Rest

60 Outrageous Spring ’16 Looks From Gareth Pugh, Jeremy Scott, Thom Browne, The Blonds & More…

All of the Spring Summer '16 collections have walked runways in New York, London, Milan and then Paris. I've been collecting my most fave & outrageous runway looks from ... See the Rest

#BornThisDay: Photographer, Horst P. Horst

August 14, 1906- Horst P. Horst is another photographer & another gay artist, celebrating the birthdays of Horst & Herb Ritts within 24 hours is an embarrassment of artistic photographic riches. I would give myself a grade of B- as an ... See the Rest

Check Out the Amaaaazing Outfits Up for Bid at Sotheby’s First Ever Couture Auction

Gasp-worthy vintage pieces from designers like Christian Dior, Thierry Mugler, Chanel, and Yves Saint Laurent are going up for bid at Sotheby's first ever haute couture collection, July 8 in Paris. Altogether, 150 outfits and ... See the Rest

#CoverGirl: Lady Gaga Talks Fashion In Coco Chanel’s Paris Apartment

Lady Gaga and her stylist, Brandon Maxwell, talk Hollywood, Oscars dresses and why corsets can really suck –all from the comfort of ... See the Rest

Quote Unquote: Patricia Velasquez On Coming Out & “Facing My Truth”

Venezuelan supermodel Patricia Velasquez, who has ... See the Rest

The Trailer for the New Chanel Film “Reincarnation” Starring Pharrell and Cara Delevingne

Chanel has released the trailer for the short film Reincarnation directed by Karl Lagerfeld, which is set to accompany the luxury brand’s Métiers d’Art collection in Salzburg next week. In it, Pharrell Williams and supermodel Cara Delevingne gavotte around a ballroom floor to an ... See the Rest

Look At These Killer Heels!: The Art of The High-Heeled Shoe

They are a fashion statement, a fetish object, an instrument of power (sometimes a torture device) and an outlet of artistic expression for both the designer and the wearer for the last 500+ years. The new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum, “Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled ... See the Rest