Sample sales are the best way to save when shopping in New York City. They should be on the radar of anyone looking for a unique (albeit competitive) experience that will take you into the depths of New York’s fashion scene. Why shop like Carrie Bradshaw when you could save like Frugal Fannie?
There is no ground zero or state of normal from which a person deviates, and even though Pride Month has become a vehicle for exploitation, it’s also brought us to the tipping point of identitarian subjugation.
The indoctrination of look queens into the cavalcade of fashion’s “elite” is not just about selling an idea; it’s an act of self awareness and a turnkey moment in terms of what it means to define oneself and what it means to be beautiful.
This year’s Met Gala was anything but boring. Feathers, tulles and neons saturated the pink carpet of the famous event that took place on Monday, May 6th. The theme, inspired by Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” mainly featured over-the-top aesthetics.