Andrej Pejic by Juergen Teller for Zeit Magazine

Following Marc by Marc Jacobs’ spring 2011 campaign, Andrej Pejic and Juergen Teller reunite for a Zeit photo shoot. House bound, Andrej slinks around in flirty numbers from today’s top designers including Prada and Chanel. (x-posted to The Fashionisto)








79 Responses to “Andrej Pejic by Juergen Teller for Zeit Magazine”

    • so does your own penis make you uncomfortable too? or just other men’s penises?

    • so does your own penis make you uncomfortable too? or just other men’s penises?

  1. I can’t handle this anymore! transsexual was already now he… what is it? is there not enough real girls out there? I would NOT buy any of those clothes/lingerie if I see this!!!! after all ..I AM A REAL GIRL!
    maybe you guys?- you like it?

    • Fashion is subjective. There is plenty of room for everyone. Just because your uncomfortable with gender bending personalities and looks, it doesnt make it less fashion. If you dont like it dont look at it. There is PLENTY of girls, thin, young, old and big in fashion currently. We live in an interesting age when someone like Andrej can actually make it the fashion world, and trust me, nobody cares for your ignorance.

  2. erm…i dunt understand sometimes….why most photoshoot or runway he have to wear the gal cloths…i understand unisex also like very much…but..diz is totally different..i think they treat him like gal instead relize is HIM not HER…

    • What a dumb comment! They f*cking know he’s a male. Its called androgyny.

    • What a dumb comment! They f*cking know he’s a male. Its called androgyny.

  3. erm…i dunt understand sometimes….why most photoshoot or runway he have to wear the gal cloths…i understand unisex also like very much…but..diz is totally different..i think they treat him like gal instead relize is HIM not HER…

  4. erm…i dunt understand sometimes….why most photoshoot or runway he have to wear the gal cloths…i understand unisex also like very much…but..diz is totally different..i think they treat him like gal instead relize is HIM not HER…

  5. I don’t really get the point. He’s a guy who looks like a girl… Not very different from some of my prettier drag queen friends. I think he is more stunning to look at when he’s made more masculine with a pretty face rather than just another girl.

  6. I don’t really get the point. He’s a guy who looks like a girl… Not very different from some of my prettier drag queen friends. I think he is more stunning to look at when he’s made more masculine with a pretty face rather than just another girl.

  7. I don’t really get the point. He’s a guy who looks like a girl… Not very different from some of my prettier drag queen friends. I think he is more stunning to look at when he’s made more masculine with a pretty face rather than just another girl.

  8. I don’t really get the point. He’s a guy who looks like a girl… Not very different from some of my prettier drag queen friends. I think he is more stunning to look at when he’s made more masculine with a pretty face rather than just another girl.

  9. he is beautiful, and i like the fact that they use him as though he was a girl; a female model. but in this shoot i feel like they are pushing it a bit too far. this shoot doesn´t do anything for him, as said earlier, and he looks creepy. the whole shoot screams creepy, and i would not have bought anything. but i like the location, the light and the whole shoot, except for andrej. i like him better when he is a guy, only with feminine features.

  10. he is beautiful, and i like the fact that they use him as though he was a girl; a female model. but in this shoot i feel like they are pushing it a bit too far. this shoot doesn´t do anything for him, as said earlier, and he looks creepy. the whole shoot screams creepy, and i would not have bought anything. but i like the location, the light and the whole shoot, except for andrej. i like him better when he is a guy, only with feminine features.

    • I don’t think it’s supposed to sexually appeal to any of us, I think just shock us.

      • The moment “initial shock” goes away, and it will, just like with any fad, he will return to male modeling. He’s cashing in on what designers deem hot at one point.

    • I don’t think it’s supposed to sexually appeal to any of us, I think just shock us.

  11. judging by his face, maybe if they stopped turning him into a girl, he’d be a very handsome boy, wouldn’t he?

  12. judging by his face, maybe if they stopped turning him into a girl, he’d be a very handsome boy, wouldn’t he?

  13. Lauren Helen Reply

    I like it except the lingerie shots… I agree with a lot of comments here in saying its just going too far.

  14. Lauren Helen Reply

    I like it except the lingerie shots… I agree with a lot of comments here in saying its just going too far.

  15. Lauren Helen Reply

    I like it except the lingerie shots… I agree with a lot of comments here in saying its just going too far.

  16. beautiful photograhy by Juergan as always, but the clothing doesn’t seem that innovative or exciting…

  17. You can judge him all you want, fact of the matter is, he stirs up conversations. Androgyny is nothing new in fashion and arts. Gender bender personalities have been present since..forever. He’s just another beautiful guy with feminine features, thats all.

    Cant blame him for cashing in on what designers and editors deem hot right now.

  18. You can judge him all you want, fact of the matter is, he stirs up conversations. Androgyny is nothing new in fashion and arts. Gender bender personalities have been present since..forever. He’s just another beautiful guy with feminine features, thats all.

    Cant blame him for cashing in on what designers and editors deem hot right now.

  19. You can judge him all you want, fact of the matter is, he stirs up conversations. Androgyny is nothing new in fashion and arts. Gender bender personalities have been present since..forever. He’s just another beautiful guy with feminine features, thats all.

    Cant blame him for cashing in on what designers and editors deem hot right now.

  20. You can judge him all you want, fact of the matter is, he stirs up conversations. Androgyny is nothing new in fashion and arts. Gender bender personalities have been present since..forever. He’s just another beautiful guy with feminine features, thats all.

    Cant blame him for cashing in on what designers and editors deem hot right now.

  21. The amount of ignorance and possible homophobia on this particular editorial, is alarming.

  22. What’s shocking is the ignorance here. Can’t believe it’s coming from people who follow fashion.

  23. I really like the concept, I think it’s interesting and new – but why, oh, why did they went for the ‘pale, famished, half-asleep drugs addict’ look?
    The result is quite amateurish.

  24. I really like the concept, I think it’s interesting and new – but why, oh, why did they went for the ‘pale, famished, half-asleep drugs addict’ look?
    The result is quite amateurish.

  25. definitely thought this was a woman the whole time. i was thinking that those are definitely the smallest breasts i’ve ever seen. now … why is everyone so offended? he is usually a male model, here he is cross-dressing, and he looks completely feminine and beautiful. beauty is beauty is beauty. why is it wrong? what legitimate reason can be so wrong about it? i’m betting there’s not one. he is stunning.

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