Header image: Gaynor Perry Jed Phoenix has been at the forefront of the alternative fetish fashion scene for more than 20 years, designing and manufacturing amazing pieces from collars to corsets…and so much more. In this interview Jed talks lockdown, high street fashion and – erm – compost. Check out the Continue Reading
It’s officially London Fashion Week, and while you impatiently wait for this year’s London Queer Fashion Show – which will take place on Friday the 20th – let us introduce you to Krypt. Fashion and nightclubs make for some pretty classic combos. Think of Studio 54 and its 1970’s disco scene, Continue Reading
Steven Smith looks at the ever-changing fashions within the LGBTQ scene and considers how our clothes can not only define who we are but can also bring out little prejudices in our thoughts on others, no matter how liberal we think we are. Okay, clothes are my love. You are free Continue Reading
Sales of popular clothing and accessories product lines for transwomen, drag queens and crossdressers have risen nearly 50% in the last three years, as attitudes continue to change. That’s according to new sales data from Glamourboutique.com, a leading online store serving crossdressing, trans and drag communities. Retail data from the company reveals that Continue Reading
DAMN13 Clothing has launched a modern and stylish inclusive fashion range that offers risqué elegance, quality and comfort for all. Award-winning advertising and fine art photographer Marta Kochanek and her wife Barbara Gibson who specialise in illustration and graphic design, have a few things in common – they both love to Continue Reading
The exhibition “Be yourself, everyone else is already taken” will take place in Harpa during the Reykjavík Art Festival. The festival runs from 1 – 17 June. Daniel Lismore is known for elaborate and extravagant ensembles that brilliantly combine haute couture with charity-shop finds, yards of vintage fabrics and tartans, found Continue Reading
Instead, the opening fashion show featured many androgynous, nonbinary and genderfluid models wearing masculine-of-centre, or ‘traditionally male’ styled clothing. Indie clothing label Krammer & Stoudt featured nonbinary and genderfluid models including Rain Dove and nonbinary-identifying model Terra Juano or “TJ”, as well as Madison Paige, Arta Gjonbalaj, and Merika Palmiste. RAIN DOVE “There is this evolution happening Continue Reading
Designer Marc Jacobs has chosen Trans director Lana Wachowski as a model for his new campaign, in what could be a growing trend in fashion.
Jaden Smith has become an ambassador for gender equality after being seen wearing skirts and dresses.
Sir Elton John has called for a boycott of gay fashion designers, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, following an interview with Italy’s Panorama magazine in which the pair said: