- Truman Says Quickies: Hedi Slimane to shoot full time? Plus Vivienne Westwood's album, Michael Phelps' personal style and more September 04 2008 9:45 AM
Agency: Red Models NYC
Birth date: May 1
Zodiac sign: Taurus
Boxers, briefs, or commando? Boxers
If you could be any superhero, who would you be? Spiderman - I love his storyline better because it's more realistic.
If you could have a plane ticket to anywhere in the world, where would you go? China - I find the culture and way of life intriguing.
September 03 2008 8:00 PM
- Entertainment Lumberjacks, Soldiers and Delivery Men, Oh My!
When John Bartlett started designing clothing in 1992, so many men were still wrapped up in the threadbare clutches of grunge, and metrosexuality had yet to come barreling out of the closet. Bartlett's visionary sketches of sharp, stylish, not-too-formal men quickly earned him accolades, most notably the Council of Fashion Designers of America's best menswear newcomer award in 1993 and 1997's Menswear Designer of the Year.September 03 2008 8:00 PM
- Entertainment The 100 Greatest, Gayest Albums Contributors
Jesse Archer Joey Arias Athens Boys Choir The Ballet Jackie Beat Andrew Belonsky Declan Bennett Nate Berkus Nils Berstein Sarah Bettens Bitch Cooper Lee Bombardier Justin Bond Kate Bornstein Boy George Matthew Breen Candis Cayne Cazwell Wilson Cruz Charlie David Vaginal Davis Mario Diaz Sean Dorsey Donna Dresch Ed Droste Mark Eitzel Melissa Ferrick Ferron Tori Fixx Colton Ford Jen Foster Smith Galtney Caryn Ganz Girl in a Coma Ari Gold Aaron Harris Darren Hayes Scott Heim Aaron Hicklin Murray Hill Perez Hilton Eric Himan Janis Ian Holly JohnsonSeptember 03 2008 8:00 PM
- Truman Says Quickies: Rag & Bone opens shop, Phelps the philanthropist, Pilati uncensored, & Campos' choice September 03 2008 7:09 AM
- Entertainment This Wheeldon's Fire
Christopher Wheeldon wields a lot of power in the world of ballet. Happily, as the former soloist and resident choreographer -- and, frankly, the golden boy -- of the New York City Ballet, he wields it gracefully. Wheeldon, 35, began dancing in his youth at London's Royal Ballet, and he lives, breathes, and loves (his partner, Jock Soto, is a recently retired New York City Ballet legend) ballet even as he yanks it into the 21st century.September 02 2008 8:00 PM
- Model Citizen JanisAgency: Request Model Management
Birth date: May 29
Zodiac sign: Gemini
Boxers, briefs, or commando? Whatever
Do you play any sports? Basketball
What is the last good movie you saw? The Butterfly Effect
Who are you listening to on your iPod? I like rap and hip hop music.
- Truman Says Chatter
“Lighten up... Fashion is no longer a rich man’s privilege. Anyone can carry it off and make it look beautiful... We weren’t trying to make a political statement or save the world."
-- Vogue India Editor Priya Tanna in the New York Times, responding to the controversy surrounding the August spread, which features luxe fashion items modeled by average (read: poor) Indian people.September 02 2008 1:20 PM
- Truman Says For John Bartlett, home is where the ready-to-wear is September 02 2008 1:15 PM
- Truman Says Quickies: Coming soon from Fashion Week, Aitor Throup, Gant and Converse
Craving a sneak peek of what's to come at New York Fashion Week? Thirteen of the most anticipated menswear designers gave glimpses of what their collections will look like coming down the runway in a mere three -- yes, three -- days. [The Upgrader]September 02 2008 6:55 AM
- News & Opinion Editor's Letter
There are times when it seems right and necessary to challenge the presumption of a gay culture, if only because it assumes the existence of its opposite -- a straight culture (in which we implicitly have no part). And then there are times when you are going innocently about your life, minding your business, thinking happy assimilationist thoughts, when out of nowhere comes a huge rock to knock your equilibrium off-kilter. Last month that rock came wrapped in lyrics that sent me spinning (not a metaphor) back to my tender youth, just as songs are supposed to do.September 01 2008 8:00 PM
- Entertainment The Gay Agenda
Tuesday, September 2: The much anticipated update of '90s pop-culture phenomenon Beverly Hills, 90210 premieres tonight at 8:00 p.m. on The CW. Melrose Place heartthrob Rob Estes stars as Harry Wilson, a father who transplants his family from Kansas to Beverly Hills. New hotties to watch for: Dustin Milligan (playing Ethan Ward), Ryan Eggold (Ryan Matthews), The Wire's Tristan Wilds (Dixon Wilson) and Michael Stegar (Navid Shirazi). And, this time, the actors look like they could actually pass for, well, high schoolers.September 01 2008 8:00 PM
- Truman Says Karl Lagerfeld gets cuddly August 29 2008 11:00 AM
- Truman Says Quickies: What Obama wore, who's wearing Obama, Julia Roberts & Armani against AIDS, and more August 29 2008 10:55 AM
- Entertainment Jumping The Snark
It appears we've lost another cherished gay tradition to the straight mainstream. Like plucked eyebrows on men, Abercrombie & Fitch, and anal sex, our hetero pals have decided to co-opt another valuable piece of our homo heritage: snark. And straight teen boys, who never really got the hang of tweezers, aren't handling snark very well either.August 28 2008 8:00 PM
- Model Citizen NicolasAgency: Request Model Management
Birth date: August 1
Zodiac sign: Leo
Boxers, briefs, or commando? Depends
What is your favorite thing about New York City? I love Broadway because I am a jazz dancer.
What is your favorite food? Burgers - I love Ruby Tuesdays.
Favorite drink: A glass of wine or whiskey and cola
- Truman Says Quickies: Anna Wintour, fall shoes, Michael Kors, and shopping Steven Alan August 28 2008 12:14 PM
- Truman Says Shopping: 5 ways to shave smoother, and 6 products to help
1. Soften your hairs by showering first, or preferably shave in the shower.August 28 2008 8:12 AM
- Model Citizen JordanAgency: Request Model Management
Hometown: Kansas City, Missouri
Birth date: December 10
Zodiac sign: Sagittarius
Boxers, briefs, or commando? Boxer-briefs
Who is your favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle? Leonardo because when he spoke, everyone listened and he had the best weapon.
If you could make love anywhere, where would it be? In a Rolls Royce or a private jet because I've never done either.
August 27 2008 8:00 PM
- Entertainment Live To Tell-All
Christopher Ciccone spent most of the last 47 years following his big sister Madonna around the world and pitching in where and whenever she needed him: back up dancer, tour director, interior designer and -- above all -- confidante. Which is probably the position she most regrets assigning him now that he's released a tell-all memoir entitled Life With My Sister Madonna. The Queen of Pop outed her brother in a 1991 interview with The Advocate, so it seems only fair that Ciccone should have a chance to return the favor and air some of her dirty laundry.August 27 2008 8:00 PM
- Truman Says Chatter
"There is no contest! I mean, Michelle really epitomizes American style, and she's not afraid to show her shape, she's not afraid to show her sexiness without being the least bit inappropriate. She's just an alluring woman. And Cindy with her suits and she's all buttoned up, she's just soooo...she just looks like she's duct-taped!"August 27 2008 10:46 AM
-- Tim Gunn on which First Lady nominee has better style, Michelle Obama or Cindy McCain
- Truman Says Marc Jacobs goes Cuckoo for t.A.T.u. August 27 2008 8:59 AM
- Truman Says Quickies: German grooming, RIP Jerry Ford, Brangelina Norton, CK online August 27 2008 7:44 AM
- Entertainment Office Drama
At the 2006 DVD release party for 9 to 5, Dolly Parton performed the film's Oscar-nominated theme song. She started by clicking her nails against each other in an approximation of the movie's opening typewriter sound. 'You have to have falsies to do this. The nails too,' she quipped. And then, noting her audience, Parton encouraged a full-scale sing-along. 'All you girls, all you guys -- all you guys who want to be girls -- let me hear you!' And an entire room erupted in song.August 26 2008 8:00 PM
- Entertainment Fall Mo' Shows
The Third Story: Charles Busch's latest adds another tough-talking dame to his canon, the kind of role Joan Crawford would kill for. But since she's dead, Busch will once again don the wigs and shoulder pads, this time to play an unemployed Hollywood screenwriter who recruits her son to help her draft a screwball sci-fi script she hopes will resurrect her career. (La Jolla Playhouse, San Diego; opens September 16)August 26 2008 8:00 PM
- Entertainment Lumberjacks, Soldiers and Delivery Men, Oh My!
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