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In case you’re in need of a fashion fix or didn’t have time to stop off at your favorite newsstand or book store for a copy of Elle, Vogue or GQ (Gentlemen’s Quarterly) magazine, fear not. If you live in the Carolinas, you won’t have to search too hard to find the latest in haute couture or confirm the Carolinas are bursting with fashion flavor.

The Fashion Forward Carolinas

A look at an up and coming designer, a model and Fashion Week Events

Charlotte in particular is chock full of talented folks excited about showing their wares in various capacities. So, naturally we had to take a little time to pay homage to some of the designers, photographers and models who turn heads on the runway in the streets and on social media.

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Reel Out Charlotte Celebrates Fifteen Years of Independent Cinema

Coming up May 17-21 is Reel Out Charlotte, the city’s LGBTQ Film Festival and a part of the annual program of Charlotte Pride […]
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Plus Collective celebrates 20 years with upcoming event

Every year, The Plus Collective provides grants to LGBTQ+ non-profits and community organizations doing the important work in our community […]

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Lost Stephen Smith rape kit, never tested, has been found

Scant information has been released in recent weeks on any recent developments […]

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How anti-drag laws are impacting Pride celebrations across the country

Bills making their way through state legislatures across the country aimed at banning drag performances are creating a climate of uncertainty as Pride month nears […]

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George Santos surrenders to federal authorities, faces 13 criminal charges

Out Rep. George Santos (R-NY) is being held in federal custody, and the Department of Justice has unsealed a 13-count criminal complaint […]

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