Never A Dull Fashion Moment On The GLAAD Red Carpet

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The GLAAD Manhattan event at 230 Fifth Avenue was hard to sum up, but we'll try: Real Housewives of New York, drag queens, stylists, caftans, sequins...and some very scant skivvies!

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Fact: once I saw Alex McCord on the street wearing a zebra-print vest and matching zebra-trimmed short-shorts. Another time I saw Simon Van Kempen, also in a vest. These sane and appropriate getups are downright disappointing by comparison.


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A vest like Richie Rich's, for example, would have really made their outfits,


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Bethenny Frankel also goes relatively demure, if...fitted.


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Johnny Weir, always ready to bring the festivity.


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Actor Scott Evans didn't want to commit to a tie, but wanted to be technically wearing one in case there was an archaic dress code. Sly, sir.


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Did he and John Bartlett coordinate?


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Derek Warburton is a stylist. So, you know.


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Josie Smith-Malave evokes Dr. Fad - always a good thing.


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Stylist Phillip Bloch does his usual tribute to the Black Hand.


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Figure skater Sarah Hughes: graceful in a bandage.


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Jade may or may not have broken into a "What a Feeling" remix. In my fantasies, she does.


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JuJubee drew the obligatory "late 70s bridesmaid" card.


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Actress Maria Helena Vianna must be kicking herself for not going with the sequins.


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Drag performer Bianca Del Rio looks like she pulled Cecil Beaton from beyond the grave!


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I think we can agree that Scott Herman wins the outfit sweepstakes: or at the very least the "Emperor's New Clothes" award.

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sarah-of-a-lesser-god--aka-mr-old
sarah.of.a.lesser.god (aka Mrs. BrutallyHonestHobbit)

I hate bandage dresses and yet find I am fond of Sarah Hughes' look. Conundrum.