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05.28.04
life+styiefashion___
Catching up with Carson
Fashion philosopher of “Queer Eye” gets a leg up on Dallas shopping
By Daniel A. Kusner Life+Style Editor
Keeping up with Carson Kressley is exhaust-
ing. He has the energy of a 10-year-old jacked
up on Ritalin and Diet Coke. He’s a fashion
tornado of observations and hilarious
quips.
When “Queer Eye’s” fashion savant
breezed into Dallas last Saturday to host
the Turtle Creek Chorale’s annual
Antiques to Zebras auction, he agreed to
a quickie interview. During our brief
interlude, Carson hugged me, tweaked my
nipples and then accused me of pumping
him for information. Here’s what I got
before he raced over to NorthPark Mall
for a spree at Neiman’s.
You’re in Dallas — ever been here before?
Many times. I used to work for Ralph
Lauren, and we had a showroom in the
Apparel Mart. So this isn’t my first time at the
gay rodeo.
Can you characterize
Dallas’ fashion taste?
Everything is bigger in
Texas, which is an epidem-
ic everywhere. People don’t
know what size they are. so
they wear gigantic clothes. I
haven't run into any really
big and hot cowboys in
Dallas yet. but I’m hoping.
HIP TIPSTER: Kressley visited Dallas last weekend to help tszuj the Turtle Creek
Are you scouting oca- Q|,ora|e's annual Antiques to Zebras auction. The Fab Rve are scheduled to wsit
tions during your visit? Dallas in September to shoot three episodes.
We’re coming to Dallas ---
in September to do three
“Queer Eye” episodes. My life is scouting,
because I shop for a living. But I’m really just
having fun. I wanted to help out the Turtle Creek
Chorale. And when they called me, I thought it
was a corral — like a petting zoo. I thought there
would be goats and sheep, and maybe some little
piggies, if you know what I mean.
Has “Queer Eye” ever visited other cities?
No. We’ve only shot in New York — except
for the pilot, which was shot in Boston.
So why Dallas?
Because I love hot men in Wranglers. It was
going to be either Texas or Chicago, and quite
frankly, I like Texas better. Plus Dallas has fabu-
lous resources — like amazing shopping. It’s the
home of Neiman Marcus, JC Penney and almost
all things in between. Don’t even get me started
on Frito-Lay.
In your grand vision, what’s the purpose of
fashion?
The purpose of clothing is to cover your body.
Fashion is the total other extreme. Being “in fash-
ion” means “of the momenf’ and what’s current.
I’m not a big fashion person. And upon hearing
that, you can audibly gasp.
[Carson grips my lower jaw and pulls it down
while I gasp. Then he does it again.]
Transmission
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