Vogue – In the new documentary Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story, which opens theatrically in Los Angeles on Friday, director Tiffany Bartok hones in on the many facets of the late great makeup legend, chronicling his journey from an openly gay, oft-bullied child in Louisiana, to an aspiring, pavement-pounding young artist in New York City (at 21-years-old, he walked into the Vogue magazine offices campaigning for work) to a globally-recognized powerhouse in the ’90s. “We went into like Make Up For Ever, and it was like, I don’t know, Brad Pitt walked in,” recalls Cher, a friend and longtime client, of his celebrity…

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