Clinton Kelly born February 22, is an American TV personality, author, and lifestyle consultant. He has published several bestselling books, including his most recent, I Hate Everyone, Except You - a humorous and candid collection of essays. Kelly started his career as a freelance writer for several fashion magazines and was an editor for Marie Claire and Mademoiselle.
Are you curious why Brad Pitt, to promote his new film, dyed his crew cut so blond that even his hairdresser is scratching his head? Well, how about that guy you see in the locker room, changing out of his Prada lace-ups, Hugo Boss flat-front pants and Paul Smith dress shirt and cuff links into a muscle T-shirt and Adidas soccer shorts. Does he wear that wedding ring because he was married in New York -- or in Massachusetts?
Cities around the world are experiencing rapid gentrification — with this comes the gentrification of queer spaces, and the homogenisation of queer identities. As a genderqueer person of colour, spaces I genuinely feel free and safe to be myself in are few and far between. In theory.
Who doesn't love a bit of dress up? We sure do! Whether it's for Halloweenor transforming into a geisha in Japan, or even into beautiful mermen in the Philippines…. Pride is one of our favourite events for dressing up.
Last month, when the rapper Young Thug released his latest mixtape, JEFFERYit wasn't his singsong "post-verbal" hooks that got all the attention, nor its celebrity-studded track list, in which each song is named after his idols. Instead, it was the ruffled, periwinkle Alessandro Trincone gown and cocktail parasol hat he modeled for the cover that went viral. It wasn't the first time Thug donned women's clothing for catwalk-inspired style.
First I came out to myself, then to my friends. I have, however, decided not to let fear rule my life — although not coming out to your homophobic family is just as valid. She wanted to be a police officer, and all the men felt intimidated by her.
I came out five and a half years ago. Part of this is my style. I want to stand out without being flashy.
Giorgio Armanithe year-old fashion designer and billionaire, has criticised the way some gay men choose to dress. He does not need to dress homosexual. A man has to be a man.