Do you remember your name? Ram Kirtan Kaur. Every woman has Kaur at the I like Woodworking and Dogs and maybe 3 people shirt Besides,I will do this end and every man has Singh. Binary. But I just showed up to school after Thanksgiving with a turban on—and yeah, it was weird! At the ashram they thought I was some kind of super-spiritual golden child and started talking about sending me to India to a Sikh school, and I was just like “What?!” A year later, we were done. I mostly just remember my mother saying to them, “You can’t tell me what to do!” You—well, the whole band, really—became pretty well-known for their onstage costumes, but your instinct for fashion was on fire early on—as early as second grade you were putting together very specific looks for school, and at one point your dad says to you, “This is not a fashion show.” And your thinking seems to be more like, “Oh yes it is!”
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My first instincts were for all these sequined tutus that our grandma bought at rummage sales and gave to us, but at the I like Woodworking and Dogs and maybe 3 people shirt Besides,I will do this time my dad said that to me, I was obsessed with Pinkie and Leather Tuscadero from Happy Days—Leather was played by Suzi Quatro —and I would stand in the mirror and see myself as them and try to get the outfit as close to them as I possibly could. I had this vision, and I was trying to execute it to perfection—but of course I never could get it quite right. Later on I’d save my babysitting money and go to Fiorucci—this very 80s New Wave store that sold spandex pants and neon stuff, flamingo earrings. I ended up with one pair of blue corduroy pants with yellow underneath—I’d fold the cuff and boom: yellow cuffs. And my first pair of Jordache jeans I wore. . . no, they weren’t even Jordache, they were Sasson! Wait, no they weren’t—they were Gloria Vanderbilt. But I. . . never. . . took them off. I was so proud to have them, I wore them every day for way, way too long.