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Masculine ideals

You Just Want To Call The Person ‘Sir’

You Just Want To Call The Person ‘Sir’

A conversation with the family behind Manny Gammage’s Texas Hatters Inc.

A conversation with the family behind Manny Gammage’s Texas Hatters Inc.

‘I’ve seen wills being written up about hats. Once I saved a family from not talking to each other, because two grandsons were fighting and both thought they had right to the hat. They didn’t want the money or the land, because the hat was a status symbol of an elder. They asked me to make another one just like it. I made an exact copy, but then they got shuffled and I couldn’t tell which one was real. They both came and both offered money to me to let them know what the real hat was, but I honestly couldn’t tell them. They both have his hat over the mantelpiece.’

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The Antihero’s New Clothes

The Antihero’s New Clothes

Fashion and queer bonding in Will & Grace

Set in a white, upper middle-class environment in New York City, the series follows the life of best friends Will Truman and Grace Adler, a gay lawyer and a straight, Jewish interior designer, and their friends Jack McFarland and Karen Walker, a flamboyant failed actor and a socialite with a penchant for drinks and pills who works as Grace’s assistant to escape her motherly duties. As expected, fashion is central to the characters.

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