Purple—a  teasing obnoxious color, somewhere inbetween the feminine warmth of red, and the cold cruelty of a masculine blue. A transexual chromatic, laughing and giggling, engaging in the tomfoolery of a philosophy of masks, a phenomenology of fashions: transient, chronically supercessive, elevating the model—the unique being of beauty—to the heights of fetishistic divinations, mythosophical auguries, and trans-iconic rituals; proclaiming, above all, with neither a this nor a that: the supremacy of surface.