Emmys 2018: The “Queer Eye” Fab Five: Jonathan Van Ness, Bobby Berk, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Karamo Brown

Posted on September 18, 2018


Some day, kittens. Some day we’re going to come clean about all those parts of pop culture that everyone seems to love, about which we tend to be ambivalent at best. All those bits and people that the entire world finds beloved, that everyone assumes we find beloved, that we do not, in fact, belove. Why do we bring this up now? Oh. No reason.

 

Jonathan Van Ness in Stella McCartney and Prada


Nobody appreciates good genderfuck more than these two queens. But we have to say, between this and his recent dress on the red carpet, we don’t think he’s nailing it as well as he could. The fit here is a little off. It’s tight in the shoulders and short in the sleeves. In addition, we don’t think the sheer blouse works with it and the bag looks a little cheap.

 

Bobby Berk in Prada


This is cute, if perhaps not as well-fitted as it could be. Great color.

 

 

Tan France in Thom Browne


Much as we love Thom Browne and respect him for choosing such a challenging suit, we really can’t get behind the fringe. And the boots don’t look right with the high-water pants.

 

Antoni Porowski in Balmain


Credit where it’s due: This is very sharp.

 

 

Karamo Brown in CE Clothier


Honesty where it’s warranted: this is very silly. Is he teaching Equestrian Arts at Hogwarts? Because that would be the only time and place we’d be okay with this collection of choices.

 

 

Give us a second to put on our protective helmets and flame-retardant gear before commenting, darlings.

 

 

Style Credits:
Jonathan Van Ness: Stella McCartney Suit | Prada Top | The Row Bag | Chanel Shoes
Bobby Berk: Prada Tuxedo | IWC Watch
Tan France: Thom Browne Suit | Christian Louboutin Shoes
Antoni Porowski: Balmain Ensemble from the Spring 2019 Collection
Karamo Brown: CE Clothier Outfit | The Tie Bar Tie | Ovation Riding Boots

[Photo Credit: INSTARImages]

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