Not To Be Outdone by Dolce & Gabbana or Fendi, Gucci Releases Black Face Balaclava in Time for Black History Month

On the heels of Fendi’s “pussy sweater” and Dolce and Gabbana’s incessant rash of overall offensiveness, it would seem fellow Italian haute couture label Gucci was feeling left out of the action and wanted to release an “unwitting” black face balaclava just in time for Black History Month. While arriving …

Eating Still Not Kosher: The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show & the Strange Political Time For Wanting to Be Visually Appealing

That the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show was incepted into existence at the height of the anorexic glamor (1995) of what it meant to be a model is telling of just how difficult is to shake one’s “origins,” rooted as they are in not eating. And while yes, of course, models …

Of All the Gay Icons to Release a Genderless Kids’ Clothing Line, Céline Dion Makes Both the Most & Least Sense

Célinununu. No, it is not the grotesque epithet some Upper East Side mother has for her lycée-attending child, but the name of Céline Dion’s new genderless clothing line for children. While, of course, all gay icons should be on the bandwagon of fluidity if they hope to continue selling intangible records to …