This is how drag influences RuPaul's interior design aesthetic
from Architectural Digest
RuPaul has always been hard to miss: Six-foot-seven, without heels, he shot out of the New York City drag scene of the 1990s with a style that was maximalist and pure glamour. One would expect Ru — who uses his last name Charles for acting endeavors such as his new supporting role on the Netflix sitcom
— to have a similar design approach when it comes to his house in Los Angeles and his New York City condo. But fans of the
RuPaul's Drag Race
host may be surprised by some of the music-video star's more neutral takes on design.
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