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Willam, Courtney Act, and Alaska Serve Face for American Apparel

Willam, Courtney Act, and Alaska Serve Face for American Apparel


The queens star in a new video ad, which accompanies their own line of T-shirts.

American Apparel has been an ally of the LGBTQ community for some time now. From "Legalize Gay" to it's collaborations with GLAAD, we can get behind their support of the community. (As for their alleged hiring practices and founder, not so much).

The clothier's latest queer collab is with RuPaul's Drag Race favorites Willam, Courtney Act, and Alaska. The queens have all designed some sickeningly gorgeous glam-rock concert tees for AA. The series has a limited run--only 500 of each--and hit stores and the online shop this past Monday.

In the a new video, the trio parodies Capital Cities' "Farrah Fawcett Hair" with some sexy go-go boys thrown in. (The single's available for purchase on iTunes.)

As for the AA collaboration, t-shirts may only be the beginning: "I wanted to do a beach towel so people could lay on me," Willam told Out in September. "Maybe if they buy enough shirts we'll get the towel, too."

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