That's the only word we can think of since we heard this wonderful news!
Scratch that! She's the mother of TWO adorable daughters!
[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.]
It may not be Victoria's Secret, but it's pretty gosh darn close!
Androgynous model Andrej Pejic was chosen by Dutch lingerie company Hema to model Mega Push-Up Bras in their latest campaign.
Andrej's agent called the ads "revolutionary" because he's "never known a man to do a womens' lingerie campaign before".
What do U think of the ads???
[Images courtesy of Hema.]
Androgynous model Andrej Pejic has been crowned the Style Make of the Year by Out magazine.
On top of his beautiful Out 100 cover, the Australian native opened up about what it's like for him in the modeling world.
Here are some HIGHlights from
Out magazine's started to reveal this year's Out 100 honorees!
Each of their portraits were inspired by other famous portraits.
For example, Brad paid homage to Yves Saint Laurent and Andrej recreated a 1981 Vogue portrait of model Nastassja Kinski.
[Images courtesy of Out.]
Uh oh, PETA is not going to be too pleased with this one.
The OUT 100 portfolio of this year’s most inspiring people will soon be released. Though a select 20 have already been announced, including individuals like Andrej Pejic and creative director Nicola Formichetti.
However, we’re not exactly sure what to make of Formichetti holding the carcass of a lamb split in half.
Kind of reminiscent of GaGa and her meat dress. Ok, we get it, but why the lamb in half? Why not a prop or anything else?
Out writes about the talented designer:
“Before an artistic partnership with Lady Gaga made him a household name (the infamous meat dress was his idea), Nicola Formichetti had established himself as a driving creative force among fashion insiders and continues to work as a stylist and editor. Last year, Formichetti was also named creative director of MUGLER — the relaunch of the iconic label founded by Thierry Mugler — and is determined to democratize fashion. "I'm not an elitist,"he says. "I want everyone to share what we're about."
What do U think of the image???
Or rather, Norman Jean.
Androgynous model Andrej Pejic got all dolled up as Marilyn Monroe for a short film made by LOVE CAT magazine / MILK MADE.
The black and white film was directed by Jenna Elizabeth and styled by Pat Field.
Check it out!
Brazilian label Auslander tapped Mugler's Zombie Boy and androgynous model Andrej Pejic to star in their Spring 2012 campaign and we're loving it!
Check out the rest of the shots below.
[Images courtesy of Marcelo Krasilcic / Auslander.]
Andrej Pejic surprisingly landed on FHM's Sexiest Women list only to be deleted from their website!
Because someone at FHM didn't read Andrej's writeup before posting it:
Did you spot it? The missing 's' in the 'he'? Or perhaps the Adam's apple was a giveaway? Don't worry if you weren't quick enough at playing detective, you are not alone. Andrej has been confusing the male gender since he was 14, but also admits most men still buy him a drink, despite the shock. The professional crossdresser most likely fooled his modeling agency as well and admitted to not being sure whether the agent knew he was really a dude when he approached him.
Although his sexual identity is ambiguous, designers are hailing him as the next big thing. We think 'thing' is quite accurate. Tall, skinny and flat-chested. Andrej is considered in couture circles as the "perfect coat-hanger" for high fashion garments, moving the industry on from hot girls who look dangerously boyish to just boys who look like girls. Having managed to get away with it in campaigns for Marc Jacobs and Jean Paul Gaultier, the blonde gender-bender has jumped the gun in hoping he might one day be signed as a Victoria's Secret Model (Pass the sick bucket). Well, he might have a hard time keeping it a secret then.
More troubling is the face that Andrej is not the only one when it comes to supermodels that are not all they seem. The current face of Givenchy and "lady" locking lips with Kate Moss on the cover of Love magazine is transgender Lea T, who began life as Leandro. One fashion trend we won't be following.
FHM has since a apologized and said they have "spoken to the individual concerned and taken steps to ensure this can never happen again."
We hope one of those steps includes firing the writer!
[Image via News Pictures/WENN.]