The Drag ‘Gram of the Week has been reborn as the all new, all different WERRRK’s WEEKLY INSTADRAG! Each week, we’re still going to spotlight our ten favorite drag-related Instagram posts of the week! If you’re a queen or a drag photographer and would like to be featured in an upcoming edition of “WERRRK’s WEEKLY INSTADRAG”, be sure to tag your Instagram posts with #WERRRK (and following us on Instagram wouldn’t hurt your chances either! Seriously, follow us dude!) so we don’t miss any of your fabulous shots!
KYLEE KHAN: TAMPA
LADY HAVOKK, K. JAMES & THEE SUBURBIA: BROOKLYN
DIANA DZHAKETOV: LOS ANGELES
EDEN ALIVE: LITTLE ROCK
JACKIE COX (PHOTO by JMA PHOTOGRAPHY) : NEW YORK CITY
In LOVE with this photo from #JamesAvancePhotography !! I give you @jackiecoxnyc : The #Nineties #GirlNextDoor ・・・ Photo by @jamesavancephotography – @isthatjma – Makeup by @thechelseapiers – #nyc #drag #promo #dragqueen #jackiecox #90s #denimskirt #denimjacket #denimworld #denimondenim #canadiantuxedo #denim #dontcomeforme #kween #photography #flashphotography #dragphotography #series #gaygram #instagay #instadrag #instamodel #live #laugh #love #play #create
KATHERINE HYTES DIOR (PHOTO by DAVID HAWE): TORONTO
SHINY PENNY: BROOKLYN
TOMORROW night I'm back at @bizarrebushwick for #failure with this month's focus on LANGUAGE. We have some amazing artists, two of whom include resident sound technician and all around goddess @daphne_sumtimez and resident host @nataliemolina! I will be greeting you at the door with of course resident host @ragamuffin_nyc and performer @mr.mster in attendance. It's summer and the weather is picking up! Join us for a night of wine, cocktails, delicious food and a thoughtful, provoking show. $10 suggested donation but no one turned away due to lack of funds. Showtime at 11:30 pm! See you there. (All photos from past Failure events and taken by BNA nominated dragtographer @hxllywood).
SARA ANDREWS (PHOTO by ADAM OUAHMANE): CHICAGO
FARRAH THORNE (PHOTO by JONATHAN HERNANDEZ): PHILADELPHIA
Hey, it's me, Robin Graves. Well, not anymore. A lot of you knew this was coming. Some of you didn't. But there are several reasons why I've decided to stop being Robin and start being Farrah. For one, there are lots of branding issues that arise with any pun name. The name Robin Graves has been around far longer than I have, and no matter what I do, I will continue to be tagged accidentally in other Robin Graves' work. I wanted to start to set myself apart from other performers. For two, a new artistic direction has been a long time coming for me. When I started doing this, Robin Graves was a larger-than-life character who represented the woman I wanted to be. However, after over 3 years of being Robin, I've realized more and more that I'm happier as myself. Being Farrah, for me, means creating art that is more true to who I am as a person and allowing all of my talents, not just drag, to shine. I want my character to be a real woman. I want to be more than just a drag queen. I want to portray with my art that strong women don't have to be bad bitches. So, here's the new me. My name is Farrah Thorne. Nice to meet you. Photo by the incomparable @jonherphoto ❤❤❤
ZINC OFAX: MONTREAL