In 1892, We Wore Carnations In 1930, We Wore Monocles In 1973, We Wore Leather In 1995, We Wore Flannel.Queer People Have Been Sending Messages To Each Other Through Clothes And Accessories For Ages, And We Ve Always Had Ways To Find Each Other In A Crowd Queer Looks Celebrates A Selection Of Iconic Aesthetics And Symbols Used By Queer Folks In The West From The Last 150 Years, Through A Gorgeous Fashion Illustration Zine.Queer Looks Brings Together Seven Amazing Illustrators To Create A Survey Of Queer Aesthetics And Worn Symbols From The 1800s To The Near Present The Looks Span From Carnation Codes In The 1890s, To The Queer Blues Divas Of The 1920s And 30s, And Even To The Denim And Pins Trends Of The Present Day.
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- A Survey of Queer Looks 1890-2018
- Zora Gilbert
- 02 April 2018 Zora Gilbert