Look, Another Transvestite Version of Anna Wintour; Lydia Hearst Dyed Her Hair Red for an Ad Campaign, Not a Lindsay Lohan Biopic


• The latest issue of Candy, the first “transversal style magazine,” includes an editorial featuring tranny versions of Anna Wintour, Grace Coddington, and Tavi. [Frockwriter]

Lydia Hearst isn’t playing a Lindsay Lohan–esque character in a movie after all. She reportedly dyed her hair red for a campaign with Schwarzkopf Color. [Jezebel]

• The Feds seized $100,000 worth of counterfeit clothing and accessories in Pittsburgh as part of a monthlong sting operation. [WWD]

• Refinery 29 asked a handful of designers to share their New Year’s resolutions. Suno’s Erin Beatty wants “to become certified to teach Gyrotonics,” while Thuy Pham of United Bamboo wants to read “at least two books.” [Refinery 29]

• Palm Beach’s ritzy shopping stretch, Worth Avenue, is getting a $14 million makeover in hopes that it will be able to compete with the new malls springing up in the area. [WWD]

Rodarte is holding an exhibition at the Pacific Design Center next March. Says the PDC, "Examining multiplicity, this exhibition takes shape as a conceptual environment envisioned by the designers.” [Refinery 29]

Vivienne Westwood made some $93 baby shoes. [Racked]

Giorgio Armani will be the head judge on a jury panel that will choose the logo for Expo 2015, a fashion fair in Milan. [WWD]