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January 31 2011 11:09 AM

Hey! You have the filthiest mind, you know that? This is art we're talking about -- so get those sleazy thoughts out of your dirty little head! We here at OUT are nothing but the classiest of gals, and would never go around chattering about such nasty, nasty things. We only pontificate the most high-minded of ideas, obviously. Regardless, Terence Koh, the celebrated queer artist, will be releasing a print of the iconic rooster imagery that hangs out front of the famous (or would that be infamous?) East Village gay bar, The Cock.

January 31 2011 6:00 AM

January 31 2011 4:30 AM

Marc Jacobs is a womenswear designer and a man who wears kilts. So it should come as no surprise that when he's looking for a chic way to keep his neck warm during the winter months, he just tosses on one of the multi-colored Prada fur stoles shown at the spring 2011 shows. Work it out, girl. 

January 28 2011 6:48 AM

If you're in New York, you're probably covered in a mountain of snow or grumbling about how you had to trek through hell and high water to make it to the office this morning -- not that we ever would (nervous laugh). Well, the folks over at Topman in Soho have given us something to look forward to tomorrow: they're launching their first ever Fashion Friday, and will take place on the last Friday of every month from now on.

January 27 2011 9:55 AM

Well, this is exciting. For those of you who don't like dealing with the vicious shoppers at H&M, but still want to get their fingers on some of their knock-offs wares -- you're in luck. The megabrand is launching e-commerce. Knowing how ravenous US shoppers are, H&M's launch of an e-commerce sector alone should fix the unemployment rate. 

January 27 2011 9:44 AM

The boy's version of Vogue (in the way that we think of ourselves as the gay version of Guns & Ammo -- kidding!), GQ,  just announced their nominees for this year's  Best New Menswear Designers in America. Drumroll, please: 

January 27 2011 7:07 AM

Jean Paul Gaultier has always been a man of the moment. He knows how to both shock and awe an audience, to the point where in the nineties, people found his runway antics infuriating and crass. But, at his core, he has been a free-spirited designer who has a sharp eye and and a dexterous hand.

1:21 PM

Tennis anyone?    

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