(pictured — albeit in a less-than-cute, awkward windswept moment — outside Pier 59 in a Mandy Coon dress, Rachel Comey bag, Karen Walker spectacles, BalenciagaFall 2006 heels, Pamela Love Star of David necklace, vintage unicorn necklace and my ginormous gratis APC canvas bag to tote around ample samples and such)
full feature in the October 2010 issue of Teen Vogue on newsstands now
(pictured in Charles Anastase dress, Opening Ceremony par Robert Clergerie wedges, Pamela Love necklace and ring, Miu Miu collar, Proenza Schouler bag, antique bracelets, Karen Walker sunglasses — image originally appeared in British Vogue)
"…Why comment on frowzy trouts and dreary geezers whose closets are so intentionally un-comment-worthy? There have been free-world politicians in the past whose drag was totally and wildly noteworthy, two to be precise. The first was Benjamin Disraeli, Britain’s first and only Jewish prime minister. He enraged the toffs in the House of Commons by sporting velvet knickers and Shirley Temple ringlets. Mazel tov!”
(Charles Anastase dress, Opening Ceremony par Robert Clergerie wedges, Pamela Love necklace and ring, Miu Miu collar, Proenza Schouler bag, antique bracelets, Karen Walker sunglasses. It ought to be noted that the accompanying blurb is in no way a direct quote. And also that I appear to be having a wind baby.)
P.S. Tumblers-Who-Also-Tweet: Please follow my dear friend Ann Curry –– Dateline NBC co-anchor and lead news anchor for NBC’s TODAY Show –– on Twitter as she chronicles the crucial, life-and-death significance of the forthcoming 100 days while in perilous Souther Sudan with her lionhearted news team and the dashing, gallant (…etcetera, etcetera ad infinitum) George Clooney.