In this month's issue of EDGE for iPad, we take a 360 degree approach to covering fall fashion and fashion icons. Our cover features designer-turned-HIV activist Jack Mackenroth, who will be wearing bike shorts this fall as he cycles from Boston to New York as part of the Braking AIDS bicycle ride. EDGE Style Editor Matthew Wexler has assembled a spread of autumn fashions from the woods-inspired collection of Outclass to the classic tailoring on Brioni. EDGE's women's editor, Winnie McCroy, sits down with three lesbian designers who are pioneers in butch chic. Our feature column gives an in-depth look at the life and many career contributions of revolutionary gay activist and designer Rudy Gernreich. Our Wanderlust column takes you to Chicago for a look at the world-class art, theater and food scene of this Midwest mecca. From the Windy City, our Nightcrawler column travels to Atlantic City to meet the people behind September's annual drag tradition: the "Miss'd America" Pageant. From there, the Arts column sets sail up the coast to Cape Cod for the anything but orthodox annual Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival. It's all about the cutting edge in music and tech this month. Tuneage explores the rule breakers behind the streaming label PC Music. Plugged In will tell you whether Amazon's newly launched Kindle Unlimited service lives up to the hype. Parting Word this month offers some style advice from six-time Emmy Award-winning writer and comedian Bruce Vilanch, who has been at the forefront of the graphic T-shirt trend for decades.
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