Activist, artist and nightlife host
"I feel really hot in this outfit, and I think it challenges the notion that fat bodies shouldn’t be seen in tight and bright clothes. The bow detail is a quintessential queer-femme signifier."
Jenny’s ensemble, which was mostly sourced at stores along Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn, is inspired by this 1950s Christian Dior cocktail dress.
Musician and visual and performance artist
"My look is about serving fashion in a fun way. I like to wear new silhouettes that redefine masculinity. Fashion is a silent performance that describes who we are."
AB Soto is on tour now. For upcoming performance dates, visit absotomusic.com.
Soto wears a SERVE T-shirt of his own design, available from absotomusic.bigcartel.com ($25), inspired by the Levi’s jacket, Mr. Pearl corset, Abel Villarreal pants and custom Weco boots worn by artist and nightlife fixture Scott Ewalt in the 1990s.
Artist, designer, actor and model
"I like this shirt because it’s slutty. I’ll definitely get laid wearing it. The skirt-pants are my own design. It’s something I’ve always liked—who doesn’t want to wear skirt-pants?!?"
"I'm wearing one of my Mykki Tees. I like this shirt because it's irreverent and forces the viewer to change their perspective on something they're already familiar with. You'll never look at cartoons the same way again."
For more of Camp’s designs—including items available for purchase—visit matthewcampdesigns.com. Camp can be seen in the films The Go Doc Project (currently making the rounds at film festivals) and Sock Job (out in 2014).
Camp’s self-designed look is inspired by this John Paul Gaultier ensemble.