We are putting the final touches on the final chapter of our fabulous book about Drag Race and LGBTQ history, which means we’re in something of a giddily celebratory mood even as we’re stressed beyond measure over how much we still need to get done by next week’s deadline. So in order to both celebrate AND give us a little breathing room, here’s two people who both got entries in the book, all in one handy post: Aquaria and Moschino designer Jeremy Scott.
We’ve seen a bunch of bold celeb ladies wearing these Moschino scribble designs before, but for some reason they make a particularly good choice for a drag queen. Something about the Pop Art graphic quality and the mimicry vibe, we suppose. The crayon colors certainly don’t hurt. Which reminds us: much as we think critiquing drag using the same criteria as one would for a celebrity red carpet or promotional look is a terrible idea, we have to protest the wig here, Miss A. That’s a hideous color to pair with that ensemble and the stringy wet look doesn’t play into the whole high-fashion bitch feel of the look.
Moschino Ensemble from the Spring 2019 Collection
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com]