All the Drag Race runway looks you didn't see on season 13

All the Drag Race runway looks you didn't see on season 13

Utica, Denali, Kahmora Hall
Utica, Denali, Kahmora Hall
Photo: Trevor Beatty (left), Adam Ouahmane (center), Drag Files (right)

As RuPaul has made abundantly clear with the “Pork Chop Loading Dock” at the top of this season of Drag Race (the Emmy-winning series’ 13th regular stint): Sashaying away from the competition is not the end of your story. In fact, thanks to the ever-growing audience for the series and an increased focus on social media, queens can continue to show off the best of their drag well after leaving the Werk Room. And for good reason; prior to filming, contestants are given an idea of runway themes to prepare for (with the exception of design challenges), and spend good time and money putting their looks together before they pack them in their bags and head off to L.A. In other words, when a queen is eliminated, they’ve still got a season’s worth of fashion we didn’t get to see on the runway.

But in this era of Drag Race dominance, the queens are media savvy, and it’s basically a given that—after the episode airs—they’ll take to Instagram to show their fans what the judges were missing out on by sending them home early. Sure, it’s a fun moment of what-could-have-been fantasy, but it’s also an opportunity to recognize how hard everyone worked to get on the show, and it allows the queens a chance to shout-out the designers, makeup artists, wig stylists, photographers, and more who helped bring their drag dreams to life.

For the Drag Race super-fans at The A.V. Club, it’s always a thrill to see the queens’ creations—but we’re completists and found ourselves longing for a log of all the gorgeousness, gowns, and other gag-worthy moments that didn’t make it on the show. Hence, our guide to what you didn’t see on the runway; each week, we’ll update the feature with the photos the eliminated queens shared of their prepared looks—toot-worthy fashions that deserve their moment in the spotlight. If you’re not keeping up, you’re only getting half the story!

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Utica: Drag Excellence

Utica: Drag Excellence

Utica’s quirky, pattern-heavy fashions helped the small-town queen wiggle to the top six, but it appears she saved the best for last. Utica is striking and sophisticated in a look dubbed “holy regalia,” and it’s a perfect encapsulation of what she can do when the loose threads of her wild imagination become entwined in a singular artistic vision. Inspired by the stately awe of cathedrals, she’s draped in a muted floral gown stitched by frequent collaborator Rachel Ann Dombi and is crowned by a show-stopping headpiece of arches and spires that she hand-crafted herself.

[Photo: Trevor Beatty; Assisted by Daniel Little and Ness Bond]

Would have been seen on the April 9 episode, “Gettin’ Lucky.”

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Denali: Drag Excellence

Denali: Drag Excellence

Denali opted for a look inspired by the Aurora Borealis—one of the seven wonders of the world—and no surprise, it’s absolutely wonderful. She often excelled on the runway but this is one of her best looks yet; it’s cohesive, elegant, and very different from anything we saw on the actual Drag Excellence-themed runway. Denali wore a multicolored, caped gown made by Joshuan Aponte, paired with a matching wig styled by Wigs By Golgi. The details of the wig complete the look, styled as a beehive with colorful undulations, mimicking the wave of colors in the Northern Lights.

[Photo: Adam Ouahmane, co-edited by Rob Jacobs]

Would have been seen on the April 9 episode, “Gettin’ Lucky.”

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Elliott With Two T’s: Drag Excellence

Elliott With Two T’s: Drag Excellence

For this look, Elliott went for something more fun and risky than what we saw on the runway, wearing a bodysuit/gown with mismatched patterns and fabrics made by Calvi Marquez Jr. and Coco Vega, paired with white gloves. It’s whimsical and very different from anything we’d seen Eliott wear (though we did get to see a hint of whimsy in her flamingo outfit).

[Photo: Davide Laffe]

Would have been seen on the April 9 episode, “Gettin’ Lucky.”

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Joey Jay: Drag Excellence

Joey Jay: Drag Excellence

Joey Jay opted for a glam, dark look for the Drag Excellence runway, showing yet another side of her drag that we didn’t get to see much of (but hopefully will on All Stars). Her outfit’s black from head to toe, and Joey Jay showed she’s here to slay with a floor-length ball gown made by Bron Bermudez, adorned with a feathered train that feels fit for a vampiric queen.

[Photo: Scott Kirby]

Would have been seen on the April 9 episode, “Gettin’ Lucky.”

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Kahmora Hall: Drag Excellence

Kahmora Hall: Drag Excellence

For her final runway look of the season, Kahmora kept it in the family, The House Of Hall. It’s no secret that both she and season 12 winner Jaida Essence Hall share a drag mother—the late Tajma Hall, who passed away in 2014—and this gorgeous bit of Drag Excellence is a touching homage to the queen who gave Kahmora her career. With a gown from Trevor Rankins and hair from Wigs & Grace styled after her drag mother’s winning look at Miss Continental Plus 2007, Kahmora topped it off with Tajma’s own Miss USofA @ Large 2008 crown. It’s a look fit for drag royalty.

[Photo: Drag Files]

Would have been seen on the April 9 episode, “Gettin’ Lucky.”

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Tamisha Iman: Where Are The Looks?

Tamisha Iman: Where Are The Looks?

Tamisha Iman
Tamisha Iman
Photo: VH1

The legendary queen’s time on Drag Race burned bright and fast, winning fans’ hearts and stirring up some Untucked drama, all before the lady said go home for good way back in episode six. Despite that, many have noticed a lack of Tamisha Iman looks in The A.V. Club’s weekly roundup, but that’s not for lack of interest: She simply hasn’t shared them! It’s not a requirement that queens show off their unused runway pieces, and one can understand why Tamisha prefers to play things close to the chestplate: As a few fans have pointed out, she may be saving them for a potential run on All-Stars. While her handmade, pageant-esque take on a theme like “Beast Couture” would surely be a sight to behold, the savvy queen isn’t quite ready to give the world a peek. So, look out future seasons of Drag Race, Tamisha Iman is coming for you—and she’s going to be fierce!

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Utica: Haute Pockets

Utica: Haute Pockets

We can always count on Utica to think outside the box—or shall we say pockets. She went for a literal cowgirl look, with jeans made out of denim pockets, made by Rachel Ann Dombi and Beth Ryan, and a long, wavy ginger wig by Sissy Tops. But the top half is where things get very Utica. She dressed up as Clara the Cow, with a cow print corset over hot pants, a cow print bandana, a rope belt, cow makeup, horns, and a stylish “weaner ring.” It’s delightfully nonsensical and it would’ve been a joy to see the judges’ shocked faces if Utica had hit the runway in this look.

[Photo: Liam James; Assisted by: Philip Olmstead]

Would have been seen on the April 2 episode, “Henny, I Shrunk The Drag Queens!

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Tina Burner: Haute Pockets

Tina Burner: Haute Pockets

Tina’s all buttoned-up in a svelte magician’s tuxedo from Florence D’Lee, her wig from In2gr8ion topped with a rabbit, and her pockets overflowing with bright, glossy fabrics giving the look some nice pops of color. But wait—there’s more? It appears we’ve got a reveal on our hands! Somehow, the suit opens up into a playful Big Top gown, and we’re dying to see how the queen would’ve pulled off the trick on the runway. Sorry—illusion!

[Photo: Chad Wagner, Steven Trumon Gray]

Would have been seen on the April 2 episode, “Henny, I Shrunk The Drag Queens!

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Denali: Haute Pockets

Denali: Haute Pockets

It’s a shame Denali didn’t get to show off her pockets look on the runway because it’s a total winner, baby. Denali opted for a Pocket Playground Princess look, donning a short see-through dress adorned with red, yellow, and green pockets made by Jacob Blank, complete with a bright orange wig in butterfly-clipped pigtails by Arda Wigs (styled by Chamilla Foxx) and colorful nails by Boi Nails. It’s adorable and so nostalgic, with a dangly Tamagotchi earring that completes the look.

[Photo: Adam Ouahmane]

Would have been seen on the April 2 episode, “Henny, I Shrunk The Drag Queens!

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Elliott With Two T’s: Haute Pockets

Elliott With Two T’s: Haute Pockets

Elliott tackled this week’s runway category by serving fly fisherman realness in this khaki-heavy ode to her grandpa, one of the biggest supporters of her drag—even a few of the lures in the outfit came from “Papaw” Two T’s! But beneath all the baubles, baits, flies, and jigs, Elliott keeps things queenly with a midriff-revealing tied top, a wavy blonde wig, and a gorgeously painted mug.

[Photo: Davide Laffe]

Would have been seen on the April 2 episode, “Henny, I Shrunk The Drag Queens!

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Joey Jay: Haute Pockets

Joey Jay: Haute Pockets

He’s the Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy from company Jay! While it’s not the most pocket-forward look, Joey is strapping in this combat-ready retro fit from frequent collaborator Marco Marco. As the queen notes, it’s both an allusion to The Andrews Sisters’ Oscar-nominated song from the 1941 military comedy Buck Privates, as well as Zack Snyder’s hyper-stylized Sucker Punch. C’mon, references!

[Photo: Adam Ouahmane]

Would have been seen on the April 2 episode, “Henny, I Shrunk The Drag Queens!

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Kahmora Hall: Haute Pockets

Kahmora Hall: Haute Pockets

Kahmora will be the one to look out for if she’s cast in the next All Stars because her looks have been consistently incredible. For her pockets look, Kahmora put a twist on a nursery rhyme, going for a “Ring Around The Rosie”- inspired look. Instead of a pocket full of posies, Kahmora opted for pockets full of roses, in a gown made by Domingo Cholula. She gave the look a ‘50s twist with a bouffant, made by Wigs and Grace, paired with Swarovski pearls.

[Photo: Adam Ouahmane, assist. Trevor Rankins]

Would have been seen on the April 2 episode, “Henny, I Shrunk The Drag Queens!

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Denali: Beast Couture

Denali: Beast Couture

Denali’s Beast Couture is out of this world, and certainly would have been one of the most unforgettable looks to hit the runway this season. This quadrupedal alien queen is campy and colorful, but with a striking feminine beauty. With a garment from artist Eda Yorulmazoğlu, hair by The Drag Stop, and a killer beat from Siichele, Denali is pure drag excellence. Take us to your leader!

[Photo: Drag Files]

Would have been seen on the March 19 episode, “Pop! Goes The Queens.”

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Elliott With Two T’s: Beast Couture

Elliott With Two T’s: Beast Couture

Miss Two T’s is almost unrecognizable in this neon-hued monster garment from her frequent collaborator Calvi Marquez Jr. Sporting two massive eyeballs for hands, Elliott’s eye-popping, scale-like body suit is silhouetted by fur and fangs, which creates the illusion of a big old dino jaw when properly sprawled out on the floor.

[Photo: Davide Laffe]

Would have been seen on the March 19 episode, “Pop! Goes The Queens.”

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LaLa Ri: Beast Couture

LaLa Ri: Beast Couture

LaLa is on the prowl in this fierce fur number from designer Envy Van Micheals. We’ve seen animal prints of all kinds walk down the runway before (Brown cow? Stunning!), but the look keeps things fresh and ferocious in multi-colored stripes, accented by an excellent dark shade of lipstick and a fabulous wig from Katy Cakes Taylor.

[Photo: Just Toby; Creative Edit: Retoucher Ryan]

Would have been seen on the March 19 episode, “Pop! Goes The Queens.”

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Kahmora Hall: Beast Couture

Kahmora Hall: Beast Couture

Kahmora’s wowed us every week, but she may have outdone herself with this one: A breathtaking garment from Domingo Cholula inspired by the traditional dragon and lion dances of the Lunar New Year. As she notes in her caption, these performances are meant to usher in prosperity, making this more than just a gorgeous look—it’s also an empowering symbol for the AAPI community.

[Photo: Adam Ouahmane]

Would have been seen on the March 19 episode, “Pop! Goes The Queens.”

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Elliott With Two Ts and Joey Jay: Freaky Friday Queens

Elliott With Two Ts and Joey Jay: Freaky Friday Queens

Elliott With Two Ts and Joey Jay didn’t let being eliminated make them miss out on the fun of the twinning challenge. It’s difficult to imagine Elliott without her signature big blonde hair, but Joey Jay snatched her wig and put her in a neon see-through ensemble by Starrland. The resemblance is uncanny–it’s honestly tough telling them apart at first glance! In turn, Elliott also made Joey Jay don a very Elliott look: A long, blonde wig and a rhinestoned bodysuit. Joey’s also unrecognizable in Elliott’s makeup, so this is quite the transformation. Given what we saw with these two looks, we can’t wait to see them thrive on All Stars.

[Photos: Scott Kirby; Wardrobe (Joey Jay outfit): Starrland]

Would have been seen on the March 12 episode, “Freaky Friday Queens.”

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Kahmora Hall: Freaky Friday Queens

Kahmora Hall: Freaky Friday Queens

Kahmora didn’t get to makeover one of the Drag Race queens, so instead of trading off their styles, she decided to put her drag sister Eva Young in her drag. This one is another gorgeous homage to Cher, with a gown inspired by Cher and Raquel Welch’s Bob Mackie outfits for their performance of “I’m A Woman” on The Cher Show in 1975.

[Photo: Adam Ouahmane, assist.: Domingo Cholula; Dress: Domingo Cholula and Devon King, Hair: Styled By Chamilla and Anna Rozay]

Would have been seen on the March 12 episode, “Freaky Friday Queens.”

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LaLa Ri: Fascinating Fascinators

LaLa Ri: Fascinating Fascinators

As if we weren’t already missing the LaLa Ri Experience, the Atlanta queen looks gorgeous in this petal-perfect gown by Envy Van Micheals, featuring a complimentary rose fascinator from Coco Iman Starr. As LaLa’s caption points out, this is fairly similar to Rosé’s runway this week—down to the studded belt—but it doesn’t take away from how fantastic she looks.

[Photo: Darius K. Jackson]

Would have been seen on the March 5 episode, “The Snatch Game

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Joey Jay: Fascinating Fascinators

Joey Jay: Fascinating Fascinators

Okay, Joey Jay is serving here—literally—in this “piping hot” tea-inspired dress. It’s the queen’s campiest drag moment yet, and the entire concept really works, topped off with a whimsical teacup fascinator. Joey’s headpiece and the beautiful, hand-dyed chiffon gown were designed by longtime collaborator Rachel Frank.

[Photo: Scotty Kirby]

Would have been seen on the March 5 episode, “The Snatch Game

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Kahmora Hall: Fascinating Fascinators

Kahmora Hall: Fascinating Fascinators

Kahmora blessed us with both of the looks she would’ve worn for this episode: Her Snatch Game outfit and her fascinator runway look. If Kahmora hadn’t been eliminated, she would’ve been Yoko Ono on Snatch Game, donning the artist’s signature all-black ensemble. She’s definitely a dead ringer for the groundbreaking icon – and even included a picture of the actual Ono so we can all see the attention to detail. As for her runway look, Kahmora was inspired by the feathered Bob Mackie gown Cher wore on the 1975 cover of TIME. But Kahmora gave it her own spin, making the feathers light blue, with a matching headpiece. The dress was made by Domingo Cholula and the fascinator is by Redaggio.

[Photo: Adam Ouahmane (above) / DS Shin (below)]

Would have been seen on the March 5 episode, “The Snatch Game

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Joey Jay: Yellow Gorgeous

Joey Jay: Yellow Gorgeous

Joey Jay would’ve been servin’ in the rain with this raincoat bodysuit. She paired the outfit with yellow spray-painted boots–taking the DIY route–and matching sunglasses. The outfit was made by fellow queen Alisha Wynters.

[Photo: Scotty Kirby]

Would have been seen on the February 19 episode, “Social Media: The Unverified Rusical

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Kahmora Hall: Yellow Gorgeous

Kahmora Hall: Yellow Gorgeous

Come see about Kahmora in this Supreme-ly gorgeous gown created by Monique Vee with feathering by Redaggio—inspired by Bob Mackie’s long history of working with The Supremes. Hall says it was her back-up look if she couldn’t walk the runway naked, a reference to her incredible photoshoot with Adam Ouahmane and some of Chicago’s Asian queens, which makes an incredibly powerful statement.

[Photo: Drag Files; Hair: Anna Rozay; Jewelry: Gee L Walton-Essence; Nails: Boi Nails; Assist: Trevor Rank]

Would have been seen on the February 19 episode, “Social Media: The Unverified Rusical

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Joey Jay: Bead It

Joey Jay: Bead It

Joey Jay’s beaded look is one part unicorn, one part linebacker, one part Marilyn Monroe, and all fantasy, darling. Crafted by the queen and her friend Collin Joseph with an eye-catching mohawk headpiece from Brii St. James, Joey was so bummed to not show it off on the Drag Race runway that she ended up using it for the cast “ruveal” video.

[Photo: Scotty Kirby]

Would have been seen on the February 12 episode, “Bossy Rossy: The RuBoot

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Kahmora Hall: Bead It

Kahmora Hall: Bead It

Kahmora is a dynasty all her own in this glam vintage beaded dress from—wait for it—Bob Mackie. The queen is serving up soapy melodrama, channeling her “inner Dominique Deveraux & Alexis Colby” à la Dynasty, accented by an era-appropriate ‘do from Wigs & Grace, and some lovely jewelry by Gee L Walton-Essence.

[Photo: DS Shin]

Would have been seen on the February 12 episode, “Bossy Rossy: The RuBoot

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Joey Jay: Little Black Dress

Joey Jay: Little Black Dress

Joey Jay is serving Sydney Bristow realness in this sleek, glossy, international-super-spy take on the Little Black Dress. The skin-tight garment comes from Marco Marco, a favorite designer of Drag Race queens over the years. And while we are fans of Joey’s natural hair look, this piece from Webster Wigs is her best moment of hair-ography yet.

[Photo: Adam Ouahmane]

Would have been seen on the February 5 episode, “Disco-Mentary.”

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Kahmora Hall: Little Black Dress

Kahmora Hall: Little Black Dress

Kahmora is positively roaring in this ’20s-inspired vintage Bob Mackie gown, looking flapper fab in sequins and beaded fringe. Her makeup is characteristically flawless—we love the heightened lashes and smoky eye—but the hair from Wigs And Grace steals the show, bobby-pinned to perfection.

[Photo: Adam Ouahmane]

Would have been seen on the February 5 episode, “Disco-Mentary.”

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Kahmora Hall: The Bag Ball

Kahmora Hall: The Bag Ball

To the judges who chided Kahmora for not showing enough of her personality, may we present to you: her Mixed Bags look for The Bag Ball, a play on douchebags, of all things. Never before has an enema been so fashion-forward, with designer Domingo Cholula’s latex bodice accented by a squirt of blue feathers.

[Photo: Adam Ouahmane]


Kahmora also gave us a glimpse of her Money Bags look for The Bag Ball, kicking it back old school in this lady-boss get-up that would’ve had us buying stocks in The House Of Hall. The striped suit is vintage Mugler, and the era-appropriate hair was styled by fellow queen Chamilla Fox.

[Photo: DS Shin]

Would have been seen on the January 29 episode, “The Bag Ball.”

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Gottmik: Trains For Days

Gottmik: Trains For Days

As the first episode of season 13's regular competition, all racers got to strut their stuff on the Trains For Days runway. But, as we’ve learned, not every train made it into the station. “When 2 train conductors show up someone needed to GO,” Gottmik revealed, re-routing from this Shining Time Station eleganza after realizing Tina Burner arrived with a similar concept (brownie points for being so chill about a change of plans). Instead, Mik walked the Trains For Days runway in a flowing tribute to the Trans Pride Flag, a smart re-working of the sheer look he didn’t wear since he wasn’t in the “Phenomenon” premiere.

[Photo: Magnus Hastings]

Would have been seen on the January 22 episode, “RuPaulmark Channel.”

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Kandy Muse: Trains For Days

Kandy Muse: Trains For Days

Kandy Muse also changed runway plans this week, instead enlisting her Mean Girls sisters to sew a train to her red corset look, one she revealed was originally intended for later in the show’s run. Kandy took to Twitter to share this sketch of her original dress, a sexy dark gown with cutouts and a train that was 46 yards long. Though it was admittedly hard to maneuver, it would’ve been a sight to behold.

[Photo: Kandy Muse]

Would have been seen on the January 22 episode, “RuPaulmark Channel.”

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Elliott With Two Ts: We’re Here, We’re Sheer, Get Used to It

Elliott With Two Ts: We’re Here, We’re Sheer, Get Used to It

Those that lost their premiere lip-sync battle strutted the sheer-themed runway this week, but a few of the “A-Team” queens shared what they had packed for the category as well. Here, Elliott is dripping in diamonds from head to hips in this gown from frequent collaborator designer Calvi Marquez Jr. The shoulder pads add some fun to the silhouette, and the headpiece is a unique touch—in all, it’s a much less literal look than what we’ve seen from her on the runway thus far.

[Photo: Davide Laffe]

Would have been seen on the January 15 episode, “Phenomenon.”

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Kandy Muse: We’re Here, We’re Sheer, Get Used to It

Kandy Muse: We’re Here, We’re Sheer, Get Used to It

“What’s more sheer than nude?,” Kandy asks, and—you know what? We don’t know! Rocking sheer stockings and blush heels, the Brooklyn doll bares all. It’s not entirely clear if those black modesty bars would’ve been incorporated on the runway, but they almost weren’t enough for Instagram, which kept trying to take the post down.

[Photo: Nicholas Needham, Tanner Abel]

Would have been seen on the January 15 episode, “Phenomenon.”

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LaLa Ri: We’re Here, We’re Sheer, Get Used to It

LaLa Ri: We’re Here, We’re Sheer, Get Used to It

The Atlanta queen went chasing waterfalls and pulled off this gorgeous royal blue gown from designer Chris Tyler, with a nude illusion top and a shimmery tulle gown that we’re sure would’ve flowed gorgeously on the runway. As usual, Lala’s hair and makeup are on point.

[Photo: Darius K. Jackson]

Would have been seen on the January 15 episode, “Phenomenon.”

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Symone: We’re Here, We’re Sheer, Get Used to It

Symone: We’re Here, We’re Sheer, Get Used to It

On Valentine’s Day, Symone belatedly shared what would have been her sheer runway look, and it has us swooning. Designed by Howie B, the dress takes inspiration from Moschino’s Fall 2020 Ready-To-Wear collection—which turned hooped pannier gowns into mini-skirts—with a clever see-through twist.

[Photo: Marko Monroe]

Would have been seen on the January 15 episode, “Phenomenon.”

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Tina Burner: We’re Here, We’re Sheer, Get Used to It

Tina Burner: We’re Here, We’re Sheer, Get Used to It

Ditching her signature firehouse color palette, Ms. Burner goes to Hades with an ever hotter flame. With a dress from David Dalrymple and design from Florence D’Lee, the concept incorporates some elements of punk to give the look a nice twisted edge that keeps Tina out of Disney drag territory.

[Photo: Chad Wagner, Steven Trumon Gray; Tattoo & Hand Painting: Thomas Branigan; Staff & Necklace: John Brandon; Hair: In2gr8ion; Rings: Gemz By Genesis; Stoning: Egypt; Nails: Produxtion Value Nails/Daniel Marandola]

Would have been seen on the January 15 episode, “Phenomenon.”

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Denali: Lamé You Stay

Denali: Lamé You Stay

Aside from the opening vote to give a queen “The Pork Chop,” the queens of the B premiere had to sit this week out. Eager to prove their mettle, many of them took to social media to show fans how they lamé their way. Denali said it best: “Fuck a silver lining, I’m a gold cloud beech.” The dancing queen is positively stratospheric in this metallic number from avant garde designer Eda Yorulmazoğlu. And that killer amebic hairpiece from Wigs And Grace really brings the look to a whole other dimension.

[Photo: Gracie Meier; Edit: Adam Ouahmane]

Would have been seen on the January 8 episode, “Condragulations.”

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Joey Jay: Lamé You Stay

Joey Jay: Lamé You Stay

Joey also goes for the gold in this puffy coat couture, a clean and sporty garment from designer Marco Marco. With its hanging straps and headband, the look is signature Joey Jay, and the queen even lets her “boy hair” peek through—a tuft of lavender atop this gilded glamazon.

[Photo: Scotty Kirby]

Would have been seen on the January 8 episode, “Condragulations.”

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Kahmora Hall: Lamé You Stay

Kahmora Hall: Lamé You Stay

Kahmora is deco’d out in this pleated lamé look the melds together the flirty and flowing fashion of the ’70s with the refined opulence (or, should we say: “OPPALANNNCE!”) of the roaring ’20s. Domingo Cholula designed the garment, as well as the shining cap, stoned with real Swarovski crystals.

[Photo: Adam Ouahmane]

Would have been seen on the January 8 episode, “Condragulations.”

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Utica: Lamé You Stay

Utica: Lamé You Stay

The Midwest queen pays tribute to both autumnal beauty and biblical paintings with this crushed lamé look from collaborator Rachel Ann Dombi. The typically campy Utica looks divine in this more straight-faced concept, which crowns her with a pearl-accented halo. As usual, the level of detail is something to behold.

[Photo: Liam James, assisted by Philip Olmstead and Rachel Ann Dombi; Fabric: SR Harris Fabric; Bodysuit Fit: Katie Ross; Halo Stitching: Kiah Corrin; Makeup: Anastasia Beverly Hills, James Charles, Juvia’s Place, and Stila Cosmetics; Lashes: Ricardo Grijalva]

Would have been seen on the January 8 episode, “Condragulations.”

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