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By carving out a uniquely "by queer/for queer" model, they've been able to create a profitable and sustainable ecosystem that did not exist at anywhere near this scale a decade ago.
"Drag queens and people, they want the same thing: We all want products that work well, that are priced well and are fun to apply."
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"This is the future: black excellence."
Styled by Edward Enninful and modeled by Slick Woods, Adwoa Aboah, Lupita Nyong'o and more, this one packs a punch.
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"It was the funniest thing in the world to see a customer buying a shampoo, a toothpaste, and a dildo. Where else are you going to find that?" Nowhere except the famous Ricky's NYC. We talked to the real life Ricky about how he started the quirky beauty store chain and what's up with that toothpaste tube logo.
Jason Wu is pretty much on top of the world these days. He's Michelle Obama's go-to designer (and thus, now, more or less a household name); he dresses tons of other celebrities as well; he has a super cute diffusion line, Miss Wu; he has a cosmetics line in the works; and he was just named the new creative director of Boss womenswear. Before all that he was obsessed with Barbies (he had 150 of 'em) and RuPaul. Obviously.