A style birthed from the underground drag culture of New York City, and raised by House music; VOGUE dance is a style that strives to find ones individuality and self confidence. Since its conception the style has evolved from Old Way, into New Way, and now into its most recent forms are split into two divisions – Vogue Femme and Vogue Dramatics. Being a freestyle dance form, some key elements of VOGUE are: Runway, Posing, Hand Performance, Dips, Floor Performance, Duck Walk and Cat Walk. It is famously popularized by artist Madonna in the music video – “Vogue” and since then artist such as Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Azealia Banks and most recently FKA Twigs have used vogue as a source of inspiration. Ralph Escamillan extends a welcome to all ages, levels, races and genders to learn about Vogue and Vogue Ballroom Culture.