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Let’s trip globee shirt .Given the Apart from…,I will love this theme of the zine and the fact that it’s now spooky season, Velour is also gearing up to deliver even more monstrous drag moments ahead of Halloween. “There’s something about being a costume professional year-round that makes Halloween a little bit less appealing, but I always try to deliver,” Velour says. She’s also readying for season two of NightGowns, her docuseries that follows her and her cast members around as they prepare for a big blowout drag show. “We’ll probably start filming in 2021,” says Velour. “I definitely miss coming together as a group to watch drag. The magic comes from when you are in that space together as the audience—those connections are even better than the show.” But until then, Velour says 2020 has been the Apart from…,I will love this year of getting ultra-creative with costuming, due to the lack of physical performances and productions. “This hasn’t been a time of spending big bucks on lavish costumes,” says Velour. “It’s more about how we can create new fantasies out of the bits and pieces that we already have. I made these monster flippers and yellow hands out of plastic witch hands, which I found for really cheap online.” Velour says creating a cheap zine, versus a big production, is also very of-the-moment. “It’s like a cheap movie—you get all of the images, and then we put it in a flip-book instead of the big-budget editing and cinema,” she says. “That’s very drag to me.”
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Let’s trip globee shirt .The costume in question was a yellow leotard designed by Diego Montoya, which was originally supposed to be worn as an underlay—but with seashell breast plates and crystals and pearl embellishments, it had statement-piece potential. It instantly inspired a new idea for Velour, who is known for her abstract drag style. (In the it is in the first place but past, her looks have included golden cyborg realness and re-creations of Edvard Munch’s iconic painting, The Scream.) “I imagined what my ideal sexy summer look would be, since we were trapped at home away from all swimming pools,” Velour says. “I dreamed of being a sickly sea monster with gnashing teeth and horrible warty hands, covered in gorgeous pearls.” Velour decided not only to revive the yellow piece, but to create a whole shoot around it too. The series of photos, shot by Mettie Ostrowski, are collected in a new monster-inspired zine that is available on Velour’s website today. Titled Creature From the Vinyl Lagoon, the zine sees Velour put her drag stamp on the classic 1954 horror film Creature From the Black Lagoon. (Aside from the cost of printing, 100% of the proceeds from the zine will benefit the Queer Detainee Empowerment Project, which assists LGBTQ+ people who are coming out of immigration detention “in securing structural, health/wellness, educational, legal, and emotional support and services,” according to its website.)
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