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Check out Teri's myspace pageReplyDelete
It is a tribute page created by Teri's friends but completely approved by Teri. Leave her a message and she will definately get it personally.
PS: Teri never worked in a construction
just a correctionReplyDelete
this doll was made by Paul Monroe, not Greer Lankton
This is an interview with Teri in V Magazine. Okay, interviewer/designer Andre Walker says some VERY annoying things from a trans perspective (he calls SRS a 'look'??), and I found it pretty offensive they compared Teri to Ru Paul (who is, hello, a gay man, not a transwoman). But when they let her talk, Teri is charming in the interview, says she still lives in Iowa right next to her sister and mom and seems very grounded. Good for her!
I am soo happy to see teri in the news again. what an style icon - as a wee-gay-lad grew up loving the marraine faithfull, jean shrimpton, Francoise Hardy look and then moved to NYC in 1981 and there it was all right in front of me. good times! whichever side yer on Teri remains a style bomb. great that SS is getting some of the recogintion he deserves too!ReplyDelete
I met Teri in Iowa in 1979 ish. I was "dating" her freind Brenda Ross. She came to our house with her Sister both wearing CALVIN kLIEN coats (very big deal back then). I was wearing a little black suit thinking I looked very mod, very English Beat.ReplyDelete
Teri announced that I looked like Merv Griffin. Needless to say I was devistated. But felt much better when i realized the Evian Spray she was spritzing up her nose was to help with coke-drip.
After that, I didn't take to heart much of what she said, but spent the evening trasfixed by her beauty. She embodied the Sprouse look.
MJ Heuring, Seattle