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)
d’management group proudly welcomes Australian model Andrej Pejic to its roster. The androgynous star has made a splash across the industry after appearing in Vogue Paris, a campaign for Marc by Marc Jacobs and closing Jean Paul Gaultier’s recent haute couture show.
Marc by Marc Jacobs goes for a more youthful appeal with its spring 2011 campaign starring Ginta Lapina and Andrej Pejic. Photographed by Juergen Teller, the blond duo don Marc’s colorful and bold designs during a sunny road trip.
Karolina Kurkova and Andrej Pejic share a smooch for Jean Paul Gaultier’s spring 2011 campaign lensed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. (TFS)
Designer Mathieu Berthemy and Paul Kemler come together to photograph Andrej Pejic for Oyster magazine #90. Serving his unique flair, Andrej sits for a simple black and white session that stuns. (x-posted to The Fashionisto)
Ginta Lapina and Andrej Pejic are a colorful and striped blonde duo for Marc by Marc Jacob’s spring 2011 campaign photographed by Jurgen Teller. (NY Mag)
Andrej Pejic takes his androgynous to new heights for the winter edition of Tush as he poses as girl in front of Armin Morbach’s lens. Outfitted by Ingo Nahrwold, Andrej sports ensembles from Maison Martin Margiela in Margiela Returning.
Androgyny in fashion is making a resurgence with shades of nineties grunge appearing in contemporary magazines. For the November issue of Vogue Turkey, Andrej Pejic and Jana K explorer the roles of masculinity and femininity under the Matthew Brookes’ lens. Styled by Konca Aykan, Andrej and Jana wear a heavy dose of fall knits and outwear from the likes of Celine, Prada and Lanvin.
Rounding out this Friday, Mert & Marcus make their third appearance on Fashion Gone Rogue today with a recent editorial published in September’s Vogue Paris. Taking to the studio , the photography duo captures androgyny in the form of Malgosia Bela, Daphne Groeneveld at Union Models, male model Andrej Pejic and transsexual model Lea T. Styled by Carine Roitfeld, inspiration ranges from seventies’ glam rock to modern romantics in Rive Gauche et Libre.