Chloe Sevigny is Terry Richardson on the Cover of Candy Magazine

You remember Candy. It's the “first transversal style magazine” that put a vampy James Franco in drag on the cover of their first issue. For their th
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You remember Candy. It's the “first transversal style magazine” that put a vampy James Franco in drag on the cover of their first issue. For their th
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You remember Candy. It's the “first transversal style magazine” that put a vampy James Franco in drag on the cover of their first issue. For their third issue (the second featured male model Luke Worrall done up like Marilyn Monroe) Candy has put their first woman on the cover. It's Chloe Sevingy as Terry Richardson, and it's kind of brilliant. She's got the pose, the clothes, everything is just right and a little creepy. As it should be.

Inside the mag's fall/winter 2012 issue, there's an editorial titled "Transsex and the City" which, you guessed it, is an homage to SATC in drag. Which makes SO much sense. Frockwriter found a behind-the-scenes video of the shoot, lensed by Ellen von Unwerth, posted on publisher Luis Venegas' Vimeo page. The ladies are featured frolicking in the Meatpacking, sipping Cosmos, shoving money down mens' pants. It's like nothing has changed. Take a look.

CANDY 3. TRANSSEX & THE CITY BY ELLEN VON UNWERTH from By Luis Venegas on Vimeo.