Victoria Sin, is an exciting face to see on the drag scene. Raised in Toronto, Sin left at eighteen to study art in London where she now resides. Sin, in her own words, ‘uses drag as a tool to challenge gender binaries, expectations and attitudes on femme identities’. With an overblown Jessica-Rabbit-meets-Marilyn-Monroe meets Marlene Dietrich aesthetic, an incredible eloquence and knowledge, Sin is taking the drag scene head on to show that it’s a million other things than just a man in a dress, or pageant queen. I'm beyond in love with those eyes.