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[whitespace] Lance Victor-Reeze At Gough and Hayes

Photos and Text by Elana Koff

Name: Lance Victor-Reeze

Age: 21

What do you do?: I'm an artist, a student at the Art Academy and a docent at SFMOMA. Among other things, I'm studying graphic arts and costume design.

What are you wearing today?:

Hat: My mom bought it in New York for my birthday. It's lambskin.

Glasses: I found the glasses for three bucks over at a gas station on Ninth and Harrison and then adorned them with beads from The General Bead Store. In fact, all the jewelry I'm wearing has been bought from them and assembled by myself or made for me by friends. They have everything you need and the best selection.

Shirt: New Versace with his staple buttons. My mom bought this for me when she was here two months ago.

Pants: Velour vintage from Wasteland also about two months ago with mom. She came out for my birthday and we went on a shopping spree.

Piercing: It's called a Lebre piercing and it was done at Gauntlet, who also supplied the horn.

Bag: Wasteland. It's fun-fur with vinyl on the inside.

Shoes: I made them what they are. The brand is Bunker Boots. Then I made the spikes from this plastic stuff, drilled holes, and painted and accessorized 'em the way I wanted them to look.

Hairstyle: Blown Away in the Lower Haight, by Shannon Hunter. She is my hairstylist and she's the greatest.

Personal Mantra: I've got two. The first one is "That which does not kill us makes us stronger." The second is "Your shoes can never be too high!"

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