As previously mentioned, American Apparel is now selling ‘80s-inspired concert T-shirts with Alaska, Willam Belli, and Courtney Act‘s faces on them! Now you can watch their music video for “American Apparel Ad Girls!” It’s soi hot, YA! And makeup by Mathu Andresen! Click over, watch now, get your t-shirts, and buy the song on iTunes!
Be on the lookout at American Apparel starting September 29th because RuPaul’s Drag Race superstars Alaska, Willam Belli, and Courtney Act will appear on a line of ‘80s-inspired concert T-shirts! ONLY 500 of each totally sick t-shirts are being produced. These glam-rock tees were inspired by AA’s partnership with artist Petra Collins for the “Support Artists, Support Ethical Manufacturing” campaign. The collection is meant to celebrate each drag queen’s amazing talents!
OUT describes the t-shirts:
The partnership with the three former RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants came about when Jonny Szymanski, a.k.a. Johnny Makeup, worked with Courtney and Willam on the online makeover series, Transfashionable. “It was only natural to get them involved with American Apparel,” Szymanski tells Out. And being self-proclaimed “huge fans” of Alaska, they added her to the campaign. “You know what they say, three’s a charm!”The collection is meant to celebrate each drag queen’s talents and allure. And each shirt reflects each performance artist’s signature style: Alaska, a mix of Divine and Marilyn Monroe; Courtney Act channels Debbie Gibson with some serious edge; and Willam Belli is a glam-rock whore.
Check out the t-shirt designs below! And make sure you (try your hardest) to snag your own tee starting September 29th at American Apparel! Remember, there’s only 500 of each!