Queer Eye for the Gay Guy Go Khaki

Queer Eye for the Gay Guy Go Khaki

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Maxwell Ryan
Jun 24, 2004
Let them eat television. With the next episode of Queer Eye premiering next week in which the Fab Five try to improve the life of a dateless gay man, aka Wayne, we shall see if queer (television) magic works on its own species. Our guess is yes. It definitely works for furniture sales. British Khaki, the distinctive furniture line by Robert Lighton, worked closely with Thom Felicia on this most recent episode, and we can't wait to see how good the product placement is. Manufactured in India and hand finished in New York, this retro line of classic British Colonial furniture is available at British Khaki Furniture at 62 Greene Street (212) 343-2299 (InteriorDesign) Links: - Shaw annouces that it will no long use PVC backing in carpets (InteriorDesign) - EcoWorx is the chosen substitutue (Shaw Inc.) - Bridge Street to renovate Bed-Stuy building affordably and with Jay-Z style (InteriorDesign)
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