Despite Brad Callahan’s ever-growing fame, he chose to keep his New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019 show in his home of Bushwick at the infamous 3 Dollar Bill. This decision fits well for Callahan, better known as BCALLA, as it leans
Callahan doesn’t consider his brand to be a queer brand or a drag brand, because these terms are closely associated with gender. However, BCALLA’s unisex, futuristic collection imagines a world where gender is nonexistent within fashion.
Not only did his collection break the boundaries of gender and clothing, but it also transcended what a runway and models have historically looked like. Every single model in
Review and photography by Sarah Zarina Hakani @sarah.zarina