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In my strange world, the first impression of any party starts at the door, so when I got out of the car in front of Element and saw the gorgeous, tall & thin Bianca Cimo in charge of it for the Vamp opening night, I could tell that the event was promising! The beautiful and smart Allanah Starr gave New York City a hell of party that for a while reminded me of the great small balls given by Regine Choukron in Rio during carnival at her elegant club Regine’s( yes my friends, I am that old), of course this time with a twist. For a moment there was a sense of chaos, which is the perfect touch for a great party…from go-go boys to tranny chasers, from hardcore fashionistas to boys in dresses with funny make up…from the really beautiful to the beautiful by association… the only thing left to do was to really have fun in a party where you were invited to ” Experience the decadence of 1920’s Berlin in New York City 2009 ” . Vamp was hosted by Kenny Kenny, Amanda Lepore, Jordan Fox, Joey Israel, Lady Fag, Kimber James, Danni, Persia Lace, Tobell Von Cartier and of course Allanah Starr. Music by Serge, Peter Presta and Cazwell. Lisette Melendez perfomed live…unfortunately I lost her performance…but I can’t wait for the next edition of VAMP, New York City IT event.
SHOOT YOUR SLUT # 2 (the first comic magazine about freak chics) is cooking and will drop on wonderland this month. The first issue featured stories by Kenny Kenny, Tasty Tim, Jette Mansfield, Dusty “O” and moi(gazeLLe). Shoot Your Slut is produced by the brilliant Belgian artist Piepke and the fabulous D. Von Sleeze. In the magazine, stories are told by the fierce freaks that are invited by Piepke who illustrates this amazing adventure of the clubland personalities. Piepke also illustrated the cover of Gazelland Magazine 6 (Art Issue). In New York City the magazine can be purchased at the Patricial Field store. The second issue features Nicky London, Ryan Styles, Gaisha, Jonny Slut, Shealita Baby, Hard Ton and many more… God indeed saved the Queens !!
Ru Paul mask: you will be able to view and enjoy this art piece by artist Fernando Carpaneda in London at the Resistance Gallery during a three day festival event presented by Jason Atomic and Garry Vanderhorne. The event will be based around the mystique of the mask, and it starts on July 30th. You can join the event and the group ICONOGRAPHY OF MASK on Facebook.