Candy Magazine the first fashion magazine ever to be completely dedicated to celebrating cross dressing features photography from Bruce Weber, Terry Richardson and shoots styled by Kim Jones and Robbie Spencer. This is one coffee table must that makes the usual glossies look like your granny’s reading matter.
Luke Worrall: Candy Magazine’s first cover star
With Rome’s mayor recently caught with a transvestite and England’s tabloids following the saga of Katie Price’s new man’s penchant for cross dressing – Candy Magazine couldn’t have picked a better time to launch its irreverent yet fabulous pages. Take a peek at the behind the scenes video featuring Luke Worrall below…guys we LOVE the soundtrack.
Features include Boy George, Quentin Crisp, Fran Lebowitz, , The Deadliest Transvestites in Cinematic History and shoots such as Candy Darling by Kimball Hastings and Bruce Weber, Rodarte by David Armstrong, Angel Marlowe by Ariadna Pedret and Terry Richardson and Christian Lacroix by Karim Sadli and Robbie Spencer.
Candy Magazine is a personal editorial project from Luis Venegas, a Spanish is a Creative Director, Editor and Publisher based between Madrid and Barcelona. He’s previously collaborated with with fashion designers such as Thierry Mugler, and luxury brands including Carolina Herrera and Loewe.
In 2008, at the invitation of Christian Lacroix, Luis Venegas was also one of the five jury members of the Prix Decouverte of the prestigious photography fair Les Rencontres D’Arles. Click on www.byluisvenegas.com/abou to see Luis’ other editorial projects entitled Fanzine137, EY! and Magateen.
Candy Magazine’s Fall-Winter 2009/10 issue is out now in a limited edtion of 1000 Copies.
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