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"I think gay men make better designers."

-OUT's February cover boy to Interview Magazine

January 25 2011 10:50 AM

"People still just think Zoolander, and to come out with your pride and dignity intact is probably quite hard in this business. Now there are younger guys coming in who want to be models. I'm actually proud to say I'm a model now. You pay your dues of not being listened to, but now people are starting to say, 'Maybe this guy's onto something.'...Trust me to end up working in the only industry in the world where women get paid more than men, and treated loads better. We're trying to change that.

January 24 2011 9:49 AM

We just caught this blind item posted in the oh-so-credible New York Post

Which eccentric fashion designer carries tampons to be in touch with his feminine side while he designs women's clothes? 

January 24 2011 9:25 AM

This brings to mind the days when Marc Jacobs would regularly start his shows two hours late

@CathyHorynNYT

January 21 2011 12:51 PM

Trend Alert! Convertible clothing.  

Megan Fox's new Armani ads make me hungry. Order that girl a pizza, for God's sake. 

Collaboration of the day: Timex for J.Crew

January 21 2011 4:30 AM

The designers over at Moschino must have excelled at physical ed in high school. Their latest collection is an ode to rugby and all its masculine, athletic delights. They smartly didn't take their inspiration to literally and joined jaunty sports-tinged pieces with more traditional clothing. The colorful, playful collection was in line with the brand's cheeky, funky philosophy without being too gimmicky, a tricky path to tread.

January 20 2011 12:25 PM

Presented without any comment (although there are tons of comments in our heads). 

January 20 2011 9:27 AM

Of all the Milanese labels, its an indisputable fact that Prada is looked to as the most directional and forward thinking. So it came with a bit of sadness that, while the collection was definitely not bad, it lacked the innovation and freshness we so often connect to the label. There were seventies references (which Miuccia did for fall 2010), but with more pattern and texture. Suede was used in heavy amounts as  was a recurring diamond theme.

January 20 2011 9:21 AM

RamBoneh_1 Out: How old are you and where are you from?
Ram Boneh: I'm 24 years old and I'm from Israel.

January 20 2011 9:09 AM
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