That's a description of Merlin Bronques, "an elusive character who has made a boldface name for himself among scenesters on both coasts by photographing bared flesh, provocative outfits and gross exuberance at clubs and private parties."
I have been wondering for decades why Andy Warhol-style wigs do not become the fashion for men. Wigs for men seem so awful, of course, but the least hip thing to do is to wear a toupee and try to act as though no one can tell. Why after all this time has it not become the thing to do to wear what is intentionally a wig? Warhol did it. Why has the potential for hipness and coolness never come to fruition when Warhol did it? Come on, guys. It will be really fun! Why all the somberness about that hair problem? Head-shaving turned out to be a great idea. Following the same reasoning, wear the Warhol wig!