Sage's Otherworldly Luncheonette

An aesthetic smörgåsbord of things bizarre, nostalgic, worldly, otherworldly, tasty, psychedelic, cinematic, musical, witchy, Bette Davis, alternative & queer.

Bette Davis in ‘The Anniversary' (1968), directed by Roy Ward Baker.
Divine in ‘Pink Flamingos' (1972), directed by John Waters.

Divine in ‘Pink Flamingos' (1972), directed by John Waters.

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The White Stripes, “Blue Orchid”, the lead single from the band’s fifth studio album ‘Get Behind Me Satan’. © 2005 XL Recordings

Female impersonator / acrobat Barbette (Vander Clyde), photographed by Man Ray, c. 1926.

Janeane Garofalo in ‘Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion' (1997), directed by David Mirkin.

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Ekaterina Koroleva, ‘Spanish Girl’, c. 2013.
Tim Curry in ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show' (1975), directed by Jim Sharman.

Tim Curry in ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show' (1975), directed by Jim Sharman.

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Olga Spessivtzeva in ‘Prince Igor' costume, c. 1934.

Faye Dunaway as “Joan Crawford” in ‘Mommie Dearest (1981), directed by Frank Perry.

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PJ Harvey - Plants And Rags

PJ Harvey, “Plants and Rags”, from the singer’s debut studio album ‘Dry’. © 1992 Too Pure

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Promotional poster for Hole's sophomore studio album 'Live Through This' (1994).

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Hole, “Violet”, the third single from the band’s sophomore studio album ‘Live Through This’ (1994).

Hole, “Violet”, the third single from the band’s sophomore studio album ‘Live Through This’ (1994).

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Jules Erbit, ‘Twinkle Toes’, c. 1940’s.