#QWERRRKOUT Tuesday feat. LéLé
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QWERRRKOUT TUESDAY just got a whole lot QTer… New queers featured every week! Tag us, take a pic of us and follow us on Instagram at QWERRRKOUT, and you too could be the next, featured QT! YOU BETTA QWERRRK! Oh…and don’t forget to get the BRAND SPANKIN’ NEW “Notorious P.I.G.” merch HERE!!! 


Age: 21

Location: Frankfurt, Germany


“I’m LéLé Cocoon, a german drag artist and self-proclaimed hot glue queen. Since […]

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Patricia Field’s New Art/Fashion Exhibition Opens in NYC Friday… and It’s MAJOR!!!

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YASSSS! Sex and The City/ The Devil Wears Prada designer Patricia Field has just transformed her website into an Online Fashion Gallery, featuring one-of-a-kind pieces for boys and girls. To celebrate the new endeavor, Pat will be curating an exhibition of art/ fashion next weekend in NYC, hosted by WOWlebrity Mx Qwerrrk. Featured artists include Kyle Brincefield/ Studmuffin NYC (pic above by Santiago Felipe), Scooter LaForge, Suzan Pitt, Jody Morlock, Iris Barbee Bonner, Thomas Knight and Suzanne Mallouk, exhibiting looks worn by fans like Beyoncé , Miley Cyrus and Madonna. If you’re in NYC, check it out March 25th-27th, 11am-6pm at Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project, 6 East 1st St between Second Ave and The Bowery. Plus, there’s a meet/greet and discussion with Patricia Field and the artists on Sunday, March 27th at 3pm!



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A native New Yorker, boutique owner and style innovator, Patricia has worked closely with a who’s-who of young creative visionaries. This includes iconic artists of decades past like Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat, (who sold painted garments in her famous 8th Street shop), to burgeoning talents of today like Scooter LaForge.  Art has always played an integral role in her world and in her work. Armed with this experience she became acutely aware of a resurgence in creative self-expression that has now taken hold in fashion. Having grown weary and uninspired by the era of ‘fast-fashion’ and mass production, she understood that style connoisseurs were bucking the trend of homogenization by seeking out one-of-a-kind, artistically-driven designs.

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