LET’S GO OUT WITH KYLE LUX

THE WEBSTER CELEBRATES PRIDE WITH

LET’S GO OUT WITH KYLE LUX

THE WEBSTER CELEBRATES PRIDE WITH

KYLE LUX

No bouncers here. Celebrating Pride this month, LA-based R&B and progressive-pop artist Kyle Lux gives us a masterclass on dressing for post-pandemic partying. Inspired by his latest single "I  Went Out," discover Kyle's favorite looks for every mood of the night - the ultimate freedom of expression through fashion.

 

I WENT OUT

Kyle Lux performs at The Webster in Los Angeles with films by Jackie Radinsky, photography by Undine Markus, and beauty by Jaime Diaz.

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ON QUEER EXPRESSION:

“The queer community has always been a trailblazer for fashion, especially in the club scene. Going out takes on an even more important role as it can be the means of coming together in a space where queer expression is encouraged. In a world where it often only feels tolerated, that’s huge.”

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ON INSPIRATION:

“The inspiration behind I Went Out came from a place of wanting to be more casual in my writing. I wanted to speak from a more natural standpoint rather than the more abstract, deeper meaning route that I tend to take. It’s fun, it’s simple, it’s all there.”

ON PRE-GOING OUT RITUALS:

“Blasting house music in my room while I get ready to go out is a necessity. I’ll go through like 5 outfits before choosing the first one I had originally planned. I can be an introvert sometimes, so I think it’s important to have fun with yourself before choosing to expand that with other people.”

ON FASHION AS AN EXTENSION OF SELF:

“There’s an episode of Avatar: The Last Airbender where Sokka finds a swordmaster that he begins training with by the name of Piandao. Piandao explains to Sokka that the sword isn’t just welded by the arm, but an extension of it. I like to draw a parallel between the sword and the clothes we wear. I think fashion serves as a means of extension of the body in the form of confidence and expression. There’s so much more to get out of garments than just wearing them.”

THE WEBSTER + QUEER|ART

This month, we're donating a portion of proceeds from our online pride assortment to QUEER|ART, a non-profit arts organization serving a diverse community of LGBT+ artists.