Katri Kähkönen
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divine. My inner drag queen

divine. My inner drag queen

#Divine- met this uniquely anarchistic performer

#Divine- met this uniquely anarchistic performer

"Barbette was an American female impersonator, high wire performer and trapeze artist born in Texas on December 19, 1899."

"Barbette was an American female impersonator, high wire performer and trapeze artist born in Texas on December 19, 1899."

Barbette (1898–1973) was an acrobat, drag queen, contemporary of Man Ray, Jean Cocteau, Josephine Baker, Picasso, the toast of Paris in the 1920s. Born Vander Clyde Broadway in Round Rock, TX in 1899, he learned to walk the tightrope as a part of World Famous Alfaretta Sisters, where he began to dress as a woman. After touring with Vaudeville, he moved to Paris and quickly became immensely popular, noted for taking his wig off at the end of the act and thereby breaking the illusion.

Barbette (1898–1973) was an acrobat, drag queen, contemporary of Man Ray, Jean Cocteau, Josephine Baker, Picasso, the toast of Paris in the 1920s. Born Vander Clyde Broadway in Round Rock, TX in 1899, he learned to walk the tightrope as a part of World Famous Alfaretta Sisters, where he began to dress as a woman. After touring with Vaudeville, he moved to Paris and quickly became immensely popular, noted for taking his wig off at the end of the act and thereby breaking the illusion.

“Drag has and will always be about blurring the line”

“Drag has and will always be about blurring the line”

Vintage Drag Queen.

Vintage Drag Queen.

Keith Nash

Keith Nash

Maja Lisa Engelhardt

Maja Lisa Engelhardt

Creekside Photoshoot (Hula Hoop Photography) | Love the newspaper hat, rolled up jeans and the goldfish in a jar!

Creekside Photoshoot (Hula Hoop Photography) | Love the newspaper hat, rolled up jeans and the goldfish in a jar!

New Year’s Resolution No.1 … spend more time in New York! When I saw these gorgeous oil on wood...

New Year’s Resolution No.1 … spend more time in New York! When I saw these gorgeous oil on wood...