House of Larréon: The Fabulous Fashion of Larry Krone
By Out.com Editors
A fixture of the Downtown New York performance scene, Larry Krone is best known as Bridget Everett’s costume designer. Together they created House of Larréon, a couture label with extraordinary gowns and tear-aways worthy of Everett's beavertails --and the big heart beneath. But Krone is also a bona fide visual artist, often performing with his husband Jim Andralis, and designing campy western wear under the label Larry Krone Brand. This fall, Krone will launch LOOK BOOK, a glossy coffee table book compiling the best of his sartorial creations, worn by his muses, and photographed by Todd Oldham. Click through for a sneak peek.
All photography by Todd Oldham.
Bridget Everett in red dress by House of Larréon
Bridget Everett in "America" dress by House of Larréon
Bridget Everett and Larry Krone in green ensembles by House of Larréon
Musician Kathleen Hanna (Le Tigre) in pink dress by House of Larréon
Performance artist Neal Medlyn in T-shirt and underwear by Larry Krone Brand
Kathleen Hana in dress by Larry Krone Brand
Larry Krone in T-shirt and underwear by Larry Krone Brand