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Amanda Lepore

  1. gallery
    How Burlesque Dancer Amanda Lepore Became a Transgender IconIn her new memoir Doll Parts, the model tells her transition story.
  2. party pics
    There Was Some Light Fetishism at NARS’s Steven Klein PartyAlso, glistening abs and a dong. 
  3. naked parties
    Life Ball Party Pictures: Bill Clinton, Fergie, and Tons of FeathersLike Lion King meets RuPaul’s Drag Race.
  4. savage shopping
    Amanda Lepore Probably Got Those Louboutins You WantedShe cut 300 people in line at the Louboutin sample sale yesterday.
  5. first looks
    Slideshow: Roxanne Lowit’s Iconic PhotographsPlus Amanda Lepore, Keith Haring, and Yves Saint Laurent.
  6. the new silent film
    The Month in Fashion Videos: Brazilian Supermodels Play Superheroes, Hedi Slimane Films a Hot 16-Year-Old, and More!Also, view Chanel’s spring 2011 collection up close in our roundup of our favorite fashion videos from this month.
  7. fashion week preview
    Garment District Heroes: Meet the People Who Make Fashion Week HappenThese garment-district workers make a big behind-the-scenes impact on NYFW.
  8. beauty marks
    Amanda Lepore’s New Fragrance Costs $950; Lily Allen Regrets Her TattooAlso, we discovered a new ad for skin-whitening pills that’s offensive in more ways than one.
  9. model tracker
    Tranny Models Who Made HistoryCan tranny models make it big? We found four who have.
  10. beauty marks
    Amanda Lepore Launches Makeup Line; Nail Polish Could Be OutAlso, battery-operated mascaras are all the rage, makeup inspires a new dance video, and hair hides wrinkles.
  11. reviews
    Craziest Thing That Could Have Happened at Heatherette DidIs Heatherette trying to go respectable? Yesterday’s show was significantly toned down from the usual circus we’ve all come to know and — sort of — love.
  12. party lines
    Party Preview: The Week’s Best BashesForget about the clothes, it’s the parties! There are too many to fêtes to mention all of them, but here are five you don’t want to miss. Don’t have an invite? New York’s Jada Yuan and the Fug Girls will be there to report back on the glamour and the gaffes. Check our continuing party coverage throughout the week for all the photos and gossip. What: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week kickoff Where: The Box, 189 Chrystie St., nr. Stanton St. When: February 1, 9 p.m. Who: Mena Suvari, Nick Cannon, Michael C. Hall, and L.A. band Shiny Toy Guns. Why to go: Patrick Bateman may not be there, but Jessica Stam can still cozy up to Dexter. What: Vionnet launch Where: Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., at 61st St. When: February 2, 6 p.m.–8 p.m. Who: Everyone. Victoria Bartlett, Gilles Bensimon, Valerie Steele, Phillip Lim, Olivia Chantecaille, Meredith Melling Burke, Padma Lakshmi, Sally Singer, and, of course, Sophia Kokosalaki. Why to go: To get a first glimpse of the resurrected French label. What: Rock & Republic after-party Where: Hiro Ballroom, the Maritime Hotel, 371 W. 16th St., at Ninth Ave. When: February 2, 10 p.m. Who: Mark Ronson, designer Mark Ball, and a gaggle of catwalkers. Lady Sovereign will perform at midnight. Why to go: Promises to be the best concert of the week. What: Marc Jacobs after-party Where: The MJ bash is the most sought-after invite. Details are on the deep DL. When: February 5 Who: The Olsens, the Roitfelds, Jessica Stam and every model worth looking at. Why to go: If you have to ask, that’s why you’re not there. What:Heatherette after-party Where: Roseland Ballroom, 239 W. 52nd St., nr. Broadway When: February 6, 10:30 p.m. Who: Lydia Hearst, Tinsley Mortimer, Amanda Lepore, and Paris Hilton. Why to go: Best place to fly your freak flag.
  13. show & tell
    Fashion Week’s Exit ReturnsTuesday was Primary Day, and New Yorkers went to the polls to pick their favorite Democrats. At Bryant Park, capital of the Republic of Fashion, we asked some citizens if they’d chosen a candidate that day.
  14. new york fugging city
    Heatherette: A Cracked-Out Homage to Aaron SpellingPicture your high-school production of South Pacific, subtract half the clothes, add some cynical drag queens, and then do three shots of whiskey. Voilà: You have Heatherette’s Tuesday-night show.