In the wake of Bill Cunningham's death over the weekend, there's been a profound outpouring of love for the New York Times' social and street photographer. Now, a petition has launched on Change.org to rename his resident intersection of New York, Fifth Avenue and 57th Street, "Bill Cunningham's Corner." What else?
Here, vintage portraits of gay love and pride from the book The Invisibles (Rizzoli), assembled by Sébastien Lifshitz. The French screenwriter and director discovered a photo album that belonged to two elderly women, whom it didn’t take long to realize were in a lifelong and loving relationship. Inspired, Lifshitz launched The Invisibles project, interview gay women and men born between the two World Wars. These are the photos that emerged...
Leigh Bowery made his dazzling debut on BBC One's The Clothes Show in 1988, taking viewers inside Harrods for a spot of tea and a bit of shopping. Naturally it was all about his multiple costumes — sequined bodysuits with characteristic "fabric face" — and his campy conversation.
Even as Anthony Vaccarello has begun measuring the drapes at Saint Laurent, outgoing creative director Hedi Slimane isn't quite done.
According to Reuters, Slimane has filed a lawsuit against parent company Kering, and it's for the opposite of what you might think. Instead of angling to get out of his non-compete clause, he's angling to get back in it.
Mexican artist José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros takes the cartoon stereotypes that contribute to creating a hostile world for LGBT people and puts them in an alternate and very loving Magic Kingdom, where princes, princesses, wizards, and dwarves are free to kiss openly.