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WATCH: The Evolution Of Drag Queen Fashion Over The Last Century

by Tim Winfred October 12, 2016


Vanity Fair teamed up with four RuPaul‘s Drag Race queens to create a fierce video showing the evolution of drag queen fashion over the last 103 years. Each look was inspired by a drag queen or LGBTQ icon from that era, including the late David Bowie.

Watch the video below to see how some of the most fashionable drag queens, Shangela, Detox, Kim Chi and Raja, interpreted the last century of drag. Enjoy!

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