It Was a Fashionably Gay Ol' Time at the GLAAD Awards

The best thing about a party full of openly gay and gay-friendly people is that flamboyance isn't considered a bad thing.

It Was a Fashionably Gay Ol' Time at the GLAAD AwardsS

Former America's Next Top Model contestant Isis—now a post-op MTF—looked amazing in sequins and leather.

It Was a Fashionably Gay Ol' Time at the GLAAD AwardsS

Empress Pepperica Swirl and Emperor Vanity Society looked like royalty—or Queenie.

It Was a Fashionably Gay Ol' Time at the GLAAD AwardsS

Jay Manuel looked uncharacteristically subtle. Johnny Weir showed off his ankles. Carson Kressley wore a busy smoking jacket.

It Was a Fashionably Gay Ol' Time at the GLAAD AwardsS

Shining in sequins: Tracy Gold, Dakota Fanning, and Laverne Cox.

It Was a Fashionably Gay Ol' Time at the GLAAD AwardsS

Some of the more reserved attendees: Wendy Williams, Padma Lakshmi, and La La.

It Was a Fashionably Gay Ol' Time at the GLAAD AwardsS

I loved how loud Jamie Clayton's striped dress was, and I can't hate on Javier Ceriani because he looks like Ke$ha. But yikes to Dr. Marci Bowers's shawl.