CANDY TRANSVERSAL 12
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distal phalanx is super excited to offer Australia and New Zealand residents Afterpay as a payment method.
Afterpay offers interest-free payment plans for your purchases online and in store. Buy and receive what you want today and pay it off in four equal instalments fortnightly. Find out more below!
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To make a purchase using Afterpay you will need:
- A debit or credit card
- To be over 18 years of age
- An Australian or New Zealand residential address
- Your order cannot exceed 2,000 AUD
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- Add items to your shopping bag
- Select Afterpay as your payment method – you will be redirected to Afterpay
- Register or login to your Afterpay account and confirm payment
- We ship your order as per our standard shipping policy (which you can view here)
- We will get you to process the purchase via our online store using your smartphone whilst in store.
- Choose the In Store Pickup option at checkout so you aren't charged shipping.
- You take your order home with you.
- Afterpay is an interest free payment plan option
- Afterpay offers instant online approval
- There is no application form required
- The funds for the first payment must be available on your nominated card at the time of checkout.
- All new Afterpay customers are required to make their first payment at the time of purchase, with the remaining three payments deducted automatically each fortnight over the remaining 6 weeks. After the first purchase transaction, each further payment will be debited exactly 14 days later, unless voluntary payments are made. At any time, you can log in to your Afterpay account to view your payment schedule and make a payment before the due date. If you do not log in and make a payment, Afterpay will automatically deduct the installments from your debit or credit card each fortnight.
- All orders are subject to Afterpay’s approval – for example, if you have any overdue payments, Afterpay will not be available to you.
- If eligible for a refund (in line with our refund policy here), your initial payment will be returned in full and the remaining payments cancelled at no charge.
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- If a payment is due from you but not received by Afterpay in accordance with the payment schedule, a late payment fee(s) will be charged.
Limited Edition of 1500 Numbered Copies
12 Different Covers
Cover 1 - Arca by Daniel Riera
Cover 2 - Amanda Lepore by Mel Ottenberg
Cover 3 - Teddy Quinlivan by Katerina Jebbs
Cover 4 - MJ Rodriguez, Indya Moore, Dominique Jackson and Janet Mock by Luke Gilford
Cover 5 - Jazzelle by Louie Banks
The unavoidable tribute to Candy Darling.
Photographed By Gary Lee Boas.
The unequalled Candy Darling.
Photographed by Richard Avedon.
The unforgettable Marsha P. Johnson.
Photographed by Stanley Stellar, with text by Connie Fleming.
The untamed Jackie Shane interviewed by Mark Christopher.
The unflinching Fran Lebowitz.
Photographed by Lia Clay and interviewed by Alexander Fury.
Archive photography by Peter Hujar.
The unpublished Amanda Lepore polaroids by Mel Ottenberg.
The unmistakable beauty of Mariette Pathy Allen’s photography.
The unambiguous Hanne Gaby Odiele.
Photographed by Mat + Kat, styled by Sasha Melnychuck and interviewed by Adam Eli Werner.
The unrelenting passion of Munroe Bergdorf.
Photographed by Dafy Hagai, styled by Kyanisha Morgan and interviewed by Joey Levenson.
The unstoppable rise of eight fearless new fashion designers.
Photographed by Leon Mark, styled by Rúben Moreira with texts by George Smith.
The unbreakable Erika Ervin.
Photographed by Torbjørn Rødland and interviewed by Mike Furey.
The unforgettable Marc Jacobs grunge collection returns worn by Helena Christensen. Photographed by Cruz Valdez and styled by Dara, with text by Luis Venegas.
The unimaginable beauty of Dior Makeup created by Peter Philips.
Photographed by David Vasiljevic and styled by Samuel François.
The uncommon Sgaire Wood.
Photographed by Dafy Hagai, styled by Elizabeth Fraser-Bell and interviewed by Dalya Benor.
The uninhibited Blair Jirousek in Prada.
Photographed by Diego Villarreal and styled by David Martín.
The unrealistic world of cosplay.
Photographed by Kim Jakobsen To and styled by Hamish Wirgman.
The undeniable sex appeal of sportswear.
Photographed by Micaiah Carter and styled by Ian Bradley.
The unimitable Jazzelle in Alexander Fury’s unbeatable fashion archives.
Photographed by Louie Banks, styled by Rúben Moreira with text also by Alexander Fury.
The uncontainable Arca.
Photographed by Daniel Riera and styled by Alicia Padrón.
The unrestrained allure of the Koovagam Festival.
Photographed by Lea Colombo.
Thom Browne’s unconventional fashions unleashed in India.
Photographed by Lea Colombo and styled by Ibrahim Kamara.
The unexpected combination of Tina Chow’s unassailable style and Giambattista Valli’s unreal couture.
Photographed by Mark Kean and styled by Andreas Peter Krings.
The undeniable power of Mexico.
Photographed by Santiago & Mauricio and styled by Esther Matilla Oubiña.
The unapologetic first collection for Celine by Hedi Slimane.
Photographed by Luis Venegas.
The untraditional legacy of queer performers celebrated.
Photographed by Michael Bailey Gates and styled by Djuna Bell, with text by Paul Monroe.
The unrivalled genius of Tilda Switon in an unusual collaboration with the UK’s unafraid new fashion designers.
Photographed by Matt Lambert with creative direction, styling and texts by Jerry Stafford.
The unprecedented television show Pose and its unparalleled stars in Gucci.
Photographed by Luke Gilford and styled by Ben Perreira, with text by Devan Diaz.
The unsurpassable Aquaria untucked.
Photographed by Diego Villarreal and styled by David Martín, with text by Greg Garry.
The unconquerable Teddy Quinlivan in Maison Margiela Artisanal.
Imagery by Katerina Jebb, styling by Alexis Roche and text by Dan Thawley.
The undeniably talented Jamie Clayton unzips Coach 1941’s latest collection.
Photographed by Lia Clay and styled by Jared Martell, with text by Nomi Ruiz.
The undressed men of Australia show off their loveliest undergarments down under. Photographed by Zac Bayly and styled by Trevor Stones.
The uncanny Joey Gabriel.
Photographed and interviewed by Sunny Suits.
Archive photography by David Armstrong, Edward Mapplethorpe, Jack Pierson, Aaron Cobbett and Nan Goldin.
The unseen scrapbooks of Joey Gabriel.
Edited and photographed by Sunny Suits.
The First Transversal Style Magazine
“In a fantastic riposte to the dwindling state of print media, Luis Venegas has launched his bravest, most exciting concept yet: a magazine that celebrates the world of transgenderism: Candy.”
—Kin Woo on Dazed Digital, November 2009
C★NDY is the first fashion magazine completely dedicated to celebrating transvestism, transsexuality, crossdressing and androgyny in all their glory. A style magazine about fashion, art, culture, make-up, glamour, icons, amazing transformations and fun.
About Luis Venegas the Creative Director, Editor and Publisher of Fanzine137, EY! Magateen, C★ndy, The Printed Dog and EY! Boy Collection.
Luis is based in Spain and split's their time between Madrid and Barcelona. Since 2004, they've channeled their energies into publishing three personal editorial projects. An independent self-published editor, their magazines - released as limited editions - are available only in selected shops, boutiques and bookstores around the world.