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Our favourite looks from the Marco Marco Fashion show

Underwear designer and avant guard fashionista, Marco Marco took to the runway this past week with their trademark fashion show featuring a bevvie of trans, drag and cis models. Its always a feast for the eyes, given that the designers offerings cover the various body shapes and sizes in eclectic and vibrant strips, patterns and materials.

We have gathered some of our favourite looks from some of the celeb models on show.

Vanity Faire (Vanity)

One of our good mates in Australia, Vanity STOLE the runway this year, with an incredible shape and style we don't think America has seen before. Totally fierce and fabulous as only Vanity can do... and as some of you know - she is THE Vanity, from Wigs By Vanity (as seen on Drag superstars heads the world over.)

 

 

Ginger Eddie

Eddie Eduardo is pure lickable Hercules in this speedo style pant. The stripes and the eyeliner just make you want to sit at the end of the runway in a trenchcoat. lol. Work those poses Eddie!

 

Raja

She is her own natural style icon, so having Raja on the Marco Marco runway was a real treat. And what an outfit! It's shimmer-tastic. You might remember her from Drag Race or her many youtube web series.

 

Courtney Act

She is the songbird that can turn lipgloss and mascara into FACE, and serve it! Well she is definately serving us this Marco Marco creation. 

Here are some more hot shots from the night including more drag superstars Adele Delano, Alaska Thunderfuck, Detox

 

Check out the entire video from the show on our videos page.

Fashion Event Helps AIDS Trust

A fashion event at Paddington Town Hall this weekend will help raise money for the AIDS charity, The AIDS Trust of Australia.

The Fashion Foundation Australia (FFA), a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting independent Australian fashion talent, will donate $10,000 from the proceeds of this weekend’s Fashion Forward Festival to the charity.

The Sydney Fashion Forward Festival is on this weekend (10.30am- 11pm Saturday; 10.30am-7pm Sunday) at Paddington Town Hall, cnr Oxford St and Oatley Rd, Paddington.

It will head to Melbourne’s Forum Theatre in Flinders St September 3-5; Brisbane’s Lightspace Studios November 5-7 and Perth’s Exhibition and Convention Centre February 4-6 next year.

Sat 8 May:
10:30am – Doors open for public
12pm – Runway Show 1
1pm – A:LIVE Entertainment
1:15pm – Runway Show 2 featuring Think Red Parade
3pm – Runway Show 3
7pm – ‘The Alize Runway Party’. Hosted by Didier Cohen & Jordan Loukas. Featuring KillaQueenz & DJ Moto.
8pm – A:LIVE Entertainment
9pm – DJ Moto
11pm – Close

Sun 9 May:
10:30am – Doors open to public
12:30pm – Runway Show 1
2pm – Runway Show 2 featuring Think Red Parade
3pm – Runway Show 3
7pm – Close

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