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Summer’s must-have accessory just got a fierce upgrade.
LGBTQ&A: Vincent Scarfo
We chat with the genderqueer mover and shaker on identity, breaking gender norms, and their incredible new job.
LGBTQ Event of the Week
Our pick: Philly AIDS March 2018
LGBTQ&A: Dorian Parker
We talk to the local actor about Philly’s performance scene, being out in the industry, and his new starring role in All I’m Worth.
Our pick: Philly Trans March 2018
LGBTQ&A: Kevin Parker and Kerry Scott
We chat with the creators of Philly Fashion Week about how they’ve kept one of the most dynamic runway shows in the region going strong for 13 years.
Can Philly Get a Lesbian Bar? Please?
Five years after Sisters closed, the city still has no club for queer women. That’s got to change.
Our pick: Time To Pretend IV
LGBTQ&A: Kory Aversa
We chat with the public relations maven on his activist beginnings, unexpected career switch, and being a gay bachelor in the city of brotherly love.
So, Philly Is Kind of Obsessed with Tarot Cards and Astrology Right Now
This is how “Hey, what’s your sign?” went from creepy to cool in Philly.
3 New Boutiques to Shop, Plus the Latest Shopping and Beauty News
Everything you need to know about Philly’s hottest trends and designers.
Habitat: This Is a Restaurant
Louie Louie’s designer is proving that eateries can be fun again.
The Look: Free as Folk
Yup, everything old is new again — Philly’s autumn streetwear scene is rife with ’60s-inspired textiles and earthy multi-hued knits.
We’re Totally Coveting These Diamond Apple Watch Bracelets
We haven’t seen anything like these before!
Connoisseur: Alex Gushner’s Favorite Things
The fourth-generation Boyds heir and men’s buyer dishes on the new $10M renovation, his scouting trips to Italy, and all the stuff he can’t live without.
LGBTQ: Juan Franco Murillo
We talk to the emerging community leader about his journey from front-line staffer to running a Gayborhood nonprofit.