androgyny Page 1
If we had longer arms, we’d reach right across the Atlantic and give the Observer a high five for their latest feature: a lengthy profile and photo spread starring Casey Legler, the first woman ever to be signed to the men’s board at Ford Models.
If you haven’t noticed from our adoration of Andrej Pejic and our fangirling over Ford Models‘ decision to sign a woman to their men’s division, androgyny is kind of our jam. Add to that anything related to Daria Werbowy, and suffice it to say we’re crushing hard.
Just because male model Andrej Pejic has made a career out of leaving his “gender open to artistic interpretation” doesn’t mean he’s comfortable being put in the same category as transgendered people — especially the superstar Brazilian model Lea T.
OK, class. Take out your pens — we’re about to do a quick little lesson in German grammar, which is completely necessary in order to understand why Andrej Pejic‘s cover for Zeit Magazin is almost too awesome for words, in any language.
The first time we saw a picture of model Andrej Pejic, we thought we were looking at a pouty, fresh-faced young woman. Turns out, Pejic is a teenage boy — and an absurdly beautiful one at that.
How do we put our most sophisticated step forward in our dad’s old long johns? By using these different garments, you can create a masculine minimalism that looks chic, avant-garde, and ultimately exudes femininity rather than erasing it.
Sunday’s New York Times featured a riveting style profile of rock legend and fashion icon Patti Smith. The piece, which made for some serious coffee and croissant reading, revealed more than a few surprises behind Smith’s typically austere exterior.