They’ve done foam, blacked out and gotten wet and wild. So why wouldn’t Bedlam bring some “Hawt Mess?” They did exactly that on Saturday at their monthly dose of mayhem. Say hello to messy, trashy, chic and East Atlanta couture.
Bedlam revelers like their costumes, at least when they aren’t wearing next to nothing. Getting trashy for Saturday’s party at Asylum provided the perfect excuse. They also like to dance their asses off; DJ Shane V handled that.
And is if that wasn’t enough, there was a special performance by Violet Chachki and Kryean Kally. Chachki made a run at the title during Dragnique 3 earlier this year.
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