“Queen” extends beyond royalty to encompass drag queens. In this look, the designer sought to retain the connection to a crown, which traditionally symbolizes monarchy. This look is an ode to a special Queen, Marsha P. Johnson (August 24, 1945 – July 6, 1992), was an influential American gay liberation activist and self-identified drag queen. Recognized as a vocal champion for gay rights, Johnson played a significant role in the historic Stonewall uprising of 1969, making her one of the key figures in the fight for LGBTQ+ equality.
The crown itself is crafted from filigree ornaments, embellished with settings adorned with 24k gold leaf and coated with epoxy. This motif is echoed throughout the rest of the ensemble. The stones used in this look are Swarovski crystals, adding a touch of sparkle and brilliance.
The metal used in this piece is a bronze alloy. The pasties feature a backing that already includes a layer of skin glue. Following wear, a new layer of skin glue should be applied (which will be provided with the piece).
The skirt is made of a flowy polyester fabric with silky look.
Included with his look: *Pasties *Body chain *Belt *Skirt *Face-chain *Crown *Gloves *Earrings