DRAG queens, porn stars, washed-up rock stars, A-list fashion personnel and D-list celebrities: the coolest thing about Marc Jacobs, the designer who always insists that he's not cool, is how he gathers around him, season after season and year after year, a posse of all the adorable high-school outcasts who avenged themselves on the Heathers of the world by becoming famous for something, sort of. Does it matter for what?
"Why is Marc cool? I have no idea," Lady Bunny, the D.J. drag queen whose signature hairdo is a platinum blond Niagara, said Monday night, in the long hours (two plus) before the Jacobs show began.
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