Kate Moss is trying her hand at plenty of new career options, now that her run as a guest designer at Topshop is through. It seems she wants to open a modelling school. She has a line of fruit preserves - Kate's Damson Jams - hitting stores. And now, she's recording her own album, according to the Daily Mail.
Perhaps it's a natural transition for Moss, who's currently dating Jamie Hince of The Kills, and who formerly dated Pete Doherty - with whom she hit the stage for a charity gig last year. She's also sung for tracks with The Lemonheads and Primal Scream, and she's reportedly singing a duet for Bryan Ferry's next album.
According to Daily Mail sources, Moss' album will include "a set of edgy urban songs." The explanation? According to a source: “Kate’s fashion days are winding down and she’s no longer designing for Topshop, so her dream is to to record an urban album.”
It's not exactly the first time that someone's dressed up like the famously bobbed Anna Wintour, but it just might be the first time that a magazine has shot images of transvestite versions of the editrix, along with Grace Coddington, Franca Sozzani and...even Tavi. In the first edition of Candy, the first "transversal style magazine," editor and publisher Luis Venegas brings us an editorial entitled "The Devil Wears Anna," which features Venegas and model/musician Andres Borque dressed up as Wintour and Coddington. Also on the mag's pages are female-impersonator versions of Vogue Italia's Sozzani and that everpresent teen fashion blogger.
The first issue of Candy is now a year old (the publication's 1,000 copies sold in a flash), but it seems that photographer Brett Lloyd has just uploaded these images. We'd like to know what the real Wintour would say about them.