Chaplin Tyler is a Miami/NYC based designer, model, and
artist. Born and raised in Miami, Fl to a Thai mother and
Irish-American father, she moved to New York City at the
age of 18.

After graduating from The Fashion Institute of Technology
with a degree in Menswear Design, she worked as a
designer for international brands such as Calvin Klein,
Reebok and DAMA. While working as a designer in New
York City, she modeled for brands like as Patricia Fields,
Vaquera NYC, Gauntlett Cheng, and Barragan and have
appeared in publications such as Vogue, I-D, and Dazed.

She has performed and exhibited her own design work in
The Faena Forum, The Miami Beach Fillmore, El Museo
Del Barrio, and Secret Project Robot Gallery. Chaplin most
recently worked as a senior stylist for curated vintage
collective What Goes Around Comes Around.
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Celebrate ORGULLO 2018 | South Florida’s first Hispanic LGBT Pride festival
- enters its 8th successful year with an International Artists Showcase,
ART|DIVA Bus Tours, Music, Writers Salons, A GALA and much more.

Celebrate ORGULLO continues to showcase quality events, artists, performances &
programming to Miami’s first Hispanic LGBT Pride festival. For 2018, we are honoring
the life the Queen of Salsa – CELIA CRUZ, through Art, Music, Dance, Photography,
Film and Spoken Word.

Proceeds benefit our LGBT Scholarship Fund and year round programming of the
Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida, Inc.

Unity Coalition|Coalición Unida is a Florida 501(c)3 non-profit whose focus is the
Leadership, Protection & Promotion of Latinx|Hispanic LGBTQ rights (lesbian, gay,
bisexual, transgender, questioning) - The only organization of its kind in South
Florida since 2002.

We are proud to present the Annual
Celebrate ORGULLO Festival which
highlights, celebrates and supports the contributions of the Hispanic LGBT

The observation started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President
Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to
cover the 30-day period from September 15 through October 15. The day of
September 15 is significant because it is the anniversary of independence for
Latin American countries Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and
Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico and Chile celebrate their independence days
on September 16 and September 18, respectively.
Celebrate ORGULLO 2018 | El primer festival hispano LGBT Pride del sur de la
Florida: entra en su octavo año exitoso, con una muestra internacional de
artistas, Viajes en omnibus a estudios de artistas,  musica y literatura,
una GALA, y mucho mas.

Celebrate ORGULLO continúa exhibiendo eventos de calidad, artistas, actuaciones y
programación en el primer festival hispano de Orgullo LGBT de Miami. Para el 2018,
estamos honrando la vida de la Reina de la Salsa - CELIA CRUZ, a través del Arte,
Música, Danza, Fotografía, el Cine y la Palabra Hablada.

Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida es una organisacion sin fines de lucro de la Florida, con
enfoque en el Liderazgo, protección y promocion de los derechos civiles de la comunidad
latinx|hispanx LGBTQ (lesbianas, gay, bisexual, transgénero, cuestionando)
en el sur de la Florida desde el 2002.

Somos orgullosos de presentar el
Festival Celebrate ORGULLO, que celebra,
presenta  y respalda las contribuciones de la comunidad hispana LGBT.

La observación se inició en 1968 como la Semana de la Herencia Hispana durante la
presidencia de Lyndon Johnson y fue ampliado por el presidente Ronald Reagan en
1988 para cubrir un período de 30 días a partir del 15 de Septiembre hasta el 15 de
Octubre. El día 15 de Septiembre es importante porque es el aniversario de la
independencia de varios países de América Latina como Costa Rica, El Salvador,
Guatemala, Honduras y Nicaragua. Además, México y Chile celebran su independencia
el 16 y 18 de Septiembre, respectivamente.
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Celebrate ORGULLO Logo & web designs by
Celebrating the BEST of FASHION and our
Community, we present the LEGENDS
GALA... Showcasing a night of Music,
Fashion, Art & Libations.
We also honor leaders in our community who
go Above and Beyond to Lead by Example,

VIP at the FASHION GALA, and
ART IS A DRAG, and our annual
ART/DIVA BUS TOURS proves it, as
our Diva Hostesses entertain you on a
luxury bus, giving you VIP access to
Art & Artists work and inspiration.
Food, Music & Liquor is also involved!

FROST Art Museum@FIU
Art After Stonewall Exhibit
Artists Warehouse Collection
MANA Downtown Miami Studios
ARTISTS - Local, National &
International, our juried Artists
Showcase always impresses.

MOVIE NIGHT@ Gaythering,
featuring Alexander McQUEEN

Theater, featuring MAHOGANY
starring Diana Ross
Performers, Illusionists, DIV@S &
Celebrities create a one-of-a-kind

DivaDolls will be on Exhibit during
ORGULLO, then be auctioned off.

100% of Gala & DivaDoll profits go to
fund Unity Coalition|Coalición Unida's
year round Programming & Services
for the Latinx|Hispanic, Trans, POC,
Youth, and all underrepresented
communities across South Florida.
Be a part of ORGULLO!

Our event covers demographics in
every age category, orientation,
ethnic & economic bracket.
Throughout the twentieth century,
clothing has been used by lesbians
and gay men as a means of
expressing self-identity and of
signaling to one another.

The AIDS Epidemic all but wiped
out a generation of Talent, Artists,
Designers, and sent the LGBT
community back in the closet for fear
of persecution.

FASHION FORUM explores this topic.
KHASA ARTINI Collaborative Artist CHLOE MARTINI & Bo Khasamarina

About the Designer
Bo Khasamarina is a prolific artist with background in
Fashion Design, Art Direction, Publishing, Photography,
Dance, Visual Arts and a passion for music. After years
working in Fashion, Khasamarina realized that the cycle
of the industry is very limiting and in order to stay truth to
his designs he should embark on a new fashion adventure
without rules, where pieces are only created by hand,
without the use of machines, measurements, threads or
needles, but Khasamarina’s own signature knots, fringes
and slits.

Under the mentorship of Alessandra Gold, and under the
umbrella of GSA House, Khasamarina has creatively
helped developed projects for Global brands such as
KRUZIN by Alessandra Gold, and is preparing to
Relaunch alongside Ms. Gold their collaborative
brand "The Drop".

Khasamarina believes in the life of everything around
us, love, and the core oneness within us all = PRIDE!

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About the Collection
The collection highlights the need for greater representation for the transgender community in art, fashion, and
entertainment, While celebrating the beauty and strength within the wide spectrum of the LGBTQ + community
Transgender Activist, Artist and Model Chloe Martini was chosen by the Designer to incorporate her intimate
artistic paintings directly onto some of the statement pieces.


Juntos y bajo la dirección de la Diseñadora Internacional Alessandra Gold, La marca de ropa Khasamarina
reivindicó "la inclusión" en las pasarelas de moda con un desfile que contó con una decena de modelos
transexuales durante la Miami Swim Week.

"La comunidad transgénero es una de las más olvidadas, especialmente las mujeres latinas y negras, como
que están muy poco representadas en las artes, por eso quisimos hacer esto", declaró a Efe Bo
Khasamarina, el diseñador de la colección.

El joven, de 35 años y residente en el sur de la Florida, presentó su nueva colección en la Miami Swim Week,
una de las citas más importantes del calendario de la moda en Estados Unidos.
A él no le importó que su nueva colección pasara a un segundo plano y que las modelos acapararan la atención
del público.

Khasamarina espera que en el futuro este tipo de desfiles inclusivos no sorprendan en la industria y que se
valore "el trabajo por el talento" y no por la identidad sexual.

"Definitivamente está cambiando, pero no sé si se está haciendo a la velocidad necesaria", afirmaba mientras
ultimaba los detalles en una de las salas del emblemático hotel Surfcomber de Miami Beach.

Su colección, que lleva el mismo nombre de su marca, consta de prendas "sin género", pensadas para que
"cualquier persona de cualquier condición" las pueda lucir.
FROST Art Museum @ FIU

THE FROST ART MUSEUM FIU is one of the largest free-standing art museums in Florida, the Patricia &
Phillip Frost Art Museum at Florida International University was founded in 1977 and is the Smithsonian
Affiliate in Miami.

The museum’s new lakeside building debuted in 2008, designed by Yann Weymouth (the chief of design on
the I.M. Pei Grand Louvre Project). The museum’s mission is three-fold: to be a campus resource for the
entire FIU community; to offer interdisciplinary training in the arts for the next generation of artists and art
historians; and to serve as a premier cultural destination for the residents of Miami, and the 15 million visitors
to one of the world’s most vibrant cultural destinations - home to global cultural events including Art Basel.

Admission to the museum is always free, the museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.

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Art after Stonewall, 1969—1989
On View: Saturday, September 14, 2019 — Sunday, January 5, 2020

Organized By: Columbus Museum of Art  Share:
Exhibition Opening | Saturday, September 14 from 4-7pm  Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the
Stonewall Riots of 1969, this groundbreaking survey features more than 200 works of art and related visual
materials that explore the profound impact of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBTQ)
liberation movement on visual culture. The exhibition focuses on both the work of openly LGBTQ artists as
well as the practices of artists engaged with newly emerging queer subcultures.  Art after Stonewall
highlights a wide array of performance, film, and video art, as well as photography, painting, sculpture, music,
along with historical documents and images taken from magazines, newspapers, and television.
This exhibition is organized by the Columbus Museum of Art.

This exhibition has been possible at the Frost Art Museum FIU by Bank of America.
Additional support has been generously provided by Our Fund, an LGBT Community Foundation and the Art
afterStonewall Circle of Friends.
       Artist MIGUEL RODEZ

Miguel Rodez was born at Havana Cuba, but emigrated to
the US when he was an adolescent. He studied History,
Philosophy and English at the University of Miami and Law
at Indiana University. This eventually led to a long career in a
quasi-judicial post as a civil servant in the field of human
rights. Nevertheless, he managed to carve out a parallel
career as a professional artist.

Now, he devotes himself exclusively to Art. Like most artists,
his interest in art began in his childhood. Despite a brief
educational stint at the High school of Art and Design in New
York City and one course in figure drawing at the University
of Miami, he is essentially an autodidactic contemporary

Rodez’s body of work includes traditional portraits and
abstracts.  His artwork has been shown extensively,
including at the Coral Gables Museum; St. Thomas
University; Florida International University’s Green Library;
Albizu University; Bacardi Headquarters; Bayfront Park;
Miami Beach Botanical Gardens; Dominican Republic’s
Fashion Movie Night
Tuesday, Oct. 8th | FREE
Come enjoy McQUEEN, the life docu of Fashion Icon Alexander McQueen, presented by OUTShine Film
Festival, at the Gaythering Hotel library, in a Fun & Social setting!

1h 51min, 2018, R

A personal look at the extraordinary life, career
and artistry of Alexander McQueen. Through
exclusive interviews with his closest friends
and family, recovered archives, exquisite visuals
and music, "McQueen" is an authentic
celebration and thrilling portrait of an inspired
yet tortured fashion visionary.
Palace of Fine Arts; Hialeah’s Milander Center for the Arts and Entertainment; Wynwood Art District; Miami Design District; the Bird
Road Art District, and other venues.

"When I arrived in the United States as a teenager in 1969, a cultural revolution was taking place in the country. While young men
burned their military draft cards to protest the war in Vietnam, women burned their bras to protest against gender-based
discrimination. Youths my age chose idols to look up to. Practically all of them chose famous musicians, sports figures, or
controversial politicos. However, my interests lay the visual arts. Therefore, I idolized 20th Century artists. I owe my knowledge of
painting to my visual analysis of their work. Therefore, when deciding on painting subject matter for my portrait series, I felt
compelled to pay tribute to those whose legacy taught and inspired me. This indebtedness to their legacy is what motivates my
current series of 20th Century masters, often blending certain aspects of their work with my own style. (I willing to paint portraits of
other people on commission, but influential 20th Century artists is the key to my artist portrait series).  For example, in my portrait
of Salvador Dali, I chose to allude to hiss persistent preoccupation with his own mortality by creating an idealized paradise that he
would find appealing, as it is drawn from themes Dali utilized in some of his most famous paintings."

“There is really nothing more fabulous than the Art of Gay Fashion, and the design/clothing industry
would be literally nothing without the involvement of the LGBT community. From Alexander McQueen
to Alexander Wang, and Karl Lagerfeld to Gianni Versace… The underground Houses from the 80’s,
Drag Culture, Club Kids, Boy George & RuPaul. Marlene Dietrich, Janelle Monae & Ellen DeGeneres.
Today, Hollywood California to Hollywood Florida, fashion continues to rule the runways, clubs and
streets – and our community is always, Purse First.”
7pm | FROST Art Museum|FIU
Art After STONEWALL Exhibit

Designers Salon Show

DivaDolls Exhibit & Auction
ArtDiva Bus Tours | 2-6pm

-  FROST Art Museum@ FIU
Art After STONEWALL Exhibit

ArtDiva Bus Tours | 2-6pm

-  ART DECO Behind the
Scenes | Walking tour,
Wolfsonian & Jewish Museum

- The Artists Warehouse
Oakland Park
ArteORGULLO Artists Exhibit

7pm | PRIDELINES, Miami
featuring the works of
11am-1pm | Hotel Gaythering
Discussing Fashion, Design,
Art & the effects of AIDS on
our community & talents.

featuring McQUEEN -
presented by OUTShine
Film Festival

$10 @ VILLAIN Theater,
featuring MAHOGANY, and live
entertainment, presented by
Flaming Classics
Millinery Designs by RALF VIDAL
Fashion Movie Night
Wednesday, Oct. 9th | $10
Come enjoy MAHOGANY, with Diana Ross...on
the 44th anniversary of its original 1975 release.
Featured song: Do You Know Where You're Going To
Costume designs by Diana Ross
Presented by Flaming Classics & Dj HottPants,
at the VILLAIN Theater... With OPAL AM RAH
and KING FEMME. All ticket sale proceeds to
benefit Unity Coalition.

1h 49m, 1975, R

Struggling Chicago fashion student Tracy
(Diana Ross) goes from rags to riches when a
chance meeting with hotshot fashion
photographer Sean (Anthony Perkins) in the
department store where she works leads to a
runway life as a model in Rome. Tracy's
overnight success and strong ambitions bring
her professional success as a designer, but
her diva antics may destroy her relationship
with social activist Brian (Billy Dee Williams),
as well as her respect in the fashion world.
ArteORGULLO Artists Exhibit

Miami Beach
featuring the photography of