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Shop the Runway: Winter Edition

With the holiday season fast approaching, here are some last-minute additions to dress up any winter wardrobe without skimping on comfort. From party statement pieces to everyday essentials, we’ve got you covered. The velvet blazer GUCCI/REMUS UOMO/HACKETT Stand out from the crowd by experimenting with texture and adding a little glam to the traditional formal jacket. Pair with some basic trousers and a sharp shirt to ensure it gets all the attention it deserves. The statement shirt SAINT LAURENT/REMUS UOMO/FLAGSTUFF As the nights get colder and the days get darker,…

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L Devine wins the GAY TIMES Honour for Elevate Emerging Artist in Music

L Devine has been given the GAY TIMES Honour for Elevate Emerging Star in Music. On Thursday (21 November) night, the British singer-songwriter appeared at the GAY TIMES Honours 500 ceremony, which honours queer people and their allies who have had a profound impact on the community over the last 12 months. L Devine is among the charge of queer artists coming to the forefront whose tales of same-sex romance and heartache set to a backdrop of fresh pop production has won her a legion of fans. Her two sold-out…

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Jonathan Van Ness reveals he is a “member of the beautiful HIV-positive community”

“I want people to realize you’re never too broken to be fixed.” Jonathan Van Ness has opened up about his HIV diagnosis. In an interview with The New York Times, Queer Eye’s resident hair expert said it’s “hard for me to be as open as I want to be when there are certain things I haven’t shared publicly,” adding, “These are issues that need to be talked about.” He said as a survivor of sexual assault at a young age, he has a lot of “compounded trauma”. During high school,…

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Rouge a subversive night of adult circus – review

Fresh from a run at the Edinburgh Fringe, this risqué Australian show has opened at the Underbelly festival on London’s Southbank, directed by Elena Kirschbaum. Rouge brings together a troupe of six performers in what it describes as a night of acrobatics, operatic cabaret and tongue in cheek burlesque. We’d say that description is a little misleading – there are only a handful of cabaret or burlesque scenes, with the focus of the evening predominantly being circus performance (albeit with an adult flavour). Unfortunately on press night, opera singer Issie…

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