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Living In: The Looks of Trixie Mattel

by Garrett Fleming

Living In: The Looks of Trixie Mattel, Design*Sponge

“Trixie Mattel. You’re a winner, baby!”

A few weeks ago, in a move that literally had my friends gasping, RuPaul surprised viewers and crowned Trixie Mattel the victor of RuPaul’s Drag Race: All Stars 3 instead of fan favorite Shangela. In retrospect, I guess she had her moments of glory on the show, but Trixie’s Barbie-meets-Dolly-Parton persona outside of Drag Race is what makes her truly unforgettable. She lives for a cowgirl boot, hippie headwear and pink… lots of pink. And we are loving it! We adore it so much, in fact, that today we are serving you some glam decor realness inspired by four of her greatest looks. Scroll down to check them out, and congrats, Trixie! Shantay, you stay. —Garrett

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Photography by Lisa Predko

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Photography by David Ayllon

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Photography by Franz Szony

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