Billy Porter APOLOGISES to Harry Styles, clarifies his comments about the singer’s non binary fashion choices

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Billy Porter recently hit the headlines as he called out Harry Styles and mainly Vogue magazine for their cover featuring the singer in a dress. After Harry was hailed for making history as the magazine’s first-ever solo male cover star wearing a full-length gown, Porter slammed the outlet for using a “straight white man” and as the face of non-binary fashion choices on the cover. During his recent appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, the Pose star clarified his comments as he mentioned he has nothing against Styles. 

Porter had previously slammed the Vogue cover stating that he has been among the first artist to change the game when it came to gender-fluid fashion and yet it was Styles who made the cover. Addressing the issue and how his reaction was blown out of proportion, Porter apologised to Styles on the Stephen Colbert show. 

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10 Harry Styles Cover Songs That’ll Make You Weak at the Knees

Harry Styles is back on tour, wowing fans with his vocal stylings.

Not only does he perform songs of his own, but also brings guests on stage to sing famous tracks from other artists.

Sometimes he invites musicians to sing their own songs. Other times, he will get another artist to join him and they’ll tackle a new cover together.

Even before he started out as a solo artist, Styles performed covers with his band One Direction to acclaim from fans.

Newsweek has rounded up some of the most fun cover songs Styles has ever performed.

“Juice” by Lizzo

Styles and Lizzo are very close friends, both have been seen holding hands at the Brit Awards and covering each other’s songs. Lizzo famously sang “Adore You” in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge, while Styles did a version of Lizzo’s song “Juice.”

They performed “Juice” together at Lizzo’s Sirius XM

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Love On Tour: How Harry Styles’ biggest fans turned his concerts into personal fashion shows

On Saturday night, the streets of New York will be filled to the brim with costumed faces ready to celebrate the weekend of Halloween in their best finery. But outside of Madison Square Garden, almost 21,000 artfully-dressed Harry Styles fans will clog the streets, dressed to the nines in what can only be described as disco/70s chic, ready to dance and sing the night away. The event: Harryween. 

Marketed as a black tie, fancy dress occasion, Harryween is a collection of two Madison Square Garden shows celebrating the end of Harry Styles’ Love On Tour, a 41-show national tour for “Fine Line,” Styles’ sophomore album. But Styles’ fans haven’t just been waiting around for the Halloween dress code. Instead, each tour stop has been filled to the brim with fans in black tie, psychedelic streetwear and anything that reminds them of their favorite artist. After spending almost a year uncertain

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Uphold Fashion brings ‘casual, but not boring’ styles to Grand Island | Grand Island Local News

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A French-brand, “Disconnected,” from Paris, is offered in only a few stores in the world, Bita said, including in England and Dubai.

“I was able to convince them to let me sell it here in the U.S., and I’m the only one in the U.S. selling it,” he said. “It’s expensive, but if you want something unique, something you can find nowhere, this is something you can buy.”

While his original fashions are manufactured overseas, Bita hopes to expand his offerings to include more locally produced options.

Uphold Fashion

Among its many options, Uphold Fashion, the inspiration of owner Pierre Bita, offers hooded sweaters, polos and elegant tees, as well as accessories. The store opened Oct. 9 in downtown Grand Island, at 207 W. Third St. 

“We looked to see if we could make it local, but it was just,

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