PRINT February 1995



THERE THEY ARE, Zoe, Ione, Sofia, and Donovan. They’re not wearing their ski goggles but there they are, winding around all the little round tables of the Odeon, sweeping glances off the crotch-level heads of other notable but less recognizable patrons. They seem to bump into each other, their strides a jumble of soft hip-checks and eyes that slide around to their ears so they can watch themselves wind the concourse. But this is the wrong commercial.

the wild One, the male One, the female One

Only the Nancy Boy Donovan does CK1—Donovan, who’s with it in an ambisexual, ambidextrous, ambient, Jean Nate kind of way. All is one, the only one stars Donovan and Jenny Shimizu, who has a crew cut and a tattoo of a woman with her thighs wrapped round a wrench. When she crouches on the ground like a purring cat, her breasts are barely visible, and she looks real good to everyone. One for all. What

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