Jean Paul Gaultier's Muse and Model for Womenswear is a Man
Jan 28, 2011 20:05
Jean Paul Gaultier's muse for his women couture show was a lanky supermodel with high cheekbones and full lips. If you saw it with your own eyes, you still wouldn't have been able to tell it was really a man.
Gaultier's muse is an androgynous 'femiman', 19-year old Serbian-born Andrej Pejic who lives in Australia. Pejic was discovered by Matthew Anderson of Chadwick Models in Melbourne. Anderson told the Sydney Morning Herald that Pejic's beauty is extraordinary and that he is intelligent and comfortable in his own skin.
And Andrej, who also stars in Gaultier's campaign where he shares a kiss with supermodel Karolina Kurkova, certainly enjoys playing dress up. He told WWD: 'I may as well push it to the limits. 'I wouldn't dress this way if I didn't have fun with it.' It is clear androgyny chic is having a fashion moment.
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