In celebration of Billboard's third annual Pride Issue
, several of the most influential drag queens in the industry share selfies of original looks from self-isolation, loosely inspired by Andy Warhol portraits from the 1970s and '80s. With their photos, the queens not only show how they've adapted to creating powerful looks from home, but also offer messages of hope and calls to action amid nationwide protests over police brutality and racial inequality.
“These are horrifying times,” says Miz Cracker, a contestant in season five of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars
, which premiered June 5. For her Marilyn Monroe silkscreen-inspired look, photographed in New York on June 2, she says, “I wanted to create a look full of the brightness and intimacy that we are all missing right now.”