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The First Transsexual Fashion Magazine & Real Transsexual Fashion Models
This is a lttle old but, I saw in Paris last year but I don't think it's been posted here.
It's Candy, the first TS fashion magazine.
Quite impressive with a list of MAJOR fashion talent & photographers
collaborating and MAJOR fashion house advertisers.
It would also be nice to post work of transsexuals who have really been fashion models...
Of course the first (and probably so far the only) transsexual supermodel Amanda Lepore- who besides being David Lachapelle's muse has modeled for Armani, Mac Cosmetics, Mont Blanc, Heatherette, and countless others
and has appeared in countless videos, magazines, etc etc. She is soon to be a guest judge on Australia's Next Top Model and these are for Schon Magazine.
The legendary Amanda Lear-Salvador Dali muse, painter, singer, tv presenter, and had an early career in the 60s and early 70s as a fashion model in Europe in magazines and as a rumway model for Paco Rabanne, YSL, & Mary Quant amongst others.
Runway model Connie Fleming
who was a regular in Parisian runways in the 90's and modeled extensively for Thierry Mugler.
She can be seen in Geroge Michael's Two Funky video. Unfortunately, because of creative differences between Mugler (who directed the video) and George Michael (who was still very much in the closet) he edited her face out if the final cut (though other footage including her is on Youtube). Her sequence is still in the video, wearing the same outifit as in the picture below.
Muse to Stephen Sprouse and once represented by major modeling agency CLICK.
"One such was Teri Toye, who ventured to New York City in the 1980’s and spent her days enrolled as a fashion student in 1984, and her nights as a fixture of the NYC nightlife scene. But after a chance meeting with designer Stephen Sprouse, Teri opened his runway show and became an instant modeling sensation. Soon she was walking for Gaultier, Comme des Garçons, and Chanel, and posing on the pages of German Vogue; Steven Meisel, Nan Goldin, and David Armstrong all considered her a muse. Represented by Click Models in New York and City in Paris, her androgynous look had her working constantly."
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