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micdotcom:

NYC’s club kid culture is back with a creative new generation of bold performers

Back in the ’80s and ’90s, the peak of the club kid era, infamous club kids like James St. James lurked in the streets of Manhattan, leaving behind the remnants of fabulous parties. While the scene may not be at the dizzying heights it once was, it’s far from dead. In fact, one could argue it’s thriving, brought back to life by a new generation of kids and bold performers like Maddelyn Hatter and Muffinhead. Some of the old legends, like nightlife promoter Susanne Bartsch, are also still around, decades after they made their names throwing opulent bashes attended by a young Marc Jacobs and Malcolm Forbes.

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krizkatz:

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krizkatz:

Aw :)

Rolled a J and smoked in an alley with the stray catz

missemilii:

Jonathan Rhys Meyers in Velvet Goldmine (1998)

missemilii:

Jonathan Rhys Meyers in Velvet Goldmine (1998)

poisonivythecramps:

The Cramps

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