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Chloë Sevigny has been a fashion It girl for quite literally decades, but she still can’t get something so simple as a Valentino dress for a routine red carpet appearance. Is there no justice in the world?
Jean Paul Gaultier talks to OUT this month in a piece that is equal parts heart-warming, heart-wrenching, and entertaining. The man in stripes turns 60 next month, following the opening of his retrospective The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk at San Francisco’s de Young Museum.
As it turns out, everyone’s favorite gender-bending male model Andrej Pejic is so convincing as a woman that his male colleagues can’t keep their hands off him.
The love between Tom Ford and Richard Buckley will likely go down in history as one of the most memorable romances in fashion. The designer and fashion editor have been together for a quarter of a century, preserving their relationship while working in an industry where nothing is certain and everything (models, clothes, business strategies, executive roll calls) changes as frequently as its power players change their clothes. In the new issue of OUT each man tells the story of meeting the other, their first impressions, and the beginnings of their life together.
Out magazine’s fashion department is to be commended for the majority of its work. But amazing editorials do not give them the right to be brazenly insensitive and, well, stupid. And really, that’s the only thing we can think of to call the latest installment of their “Live The Life” series, which aims to teach viewers how to emulate the style of Malcolm X.