Jessica Hart and Andrej Pejic showcase the versatility of the season’s offerings for boys and girls in the new Vogue Australia. Shot by Max Doyle and styled by Naomi Smith, the shoot focuses on clothes with clean lines and androgynous appeal; both Jess and Andrej look pitch perfect in pieces from Miu Miu and Calvin Klein.

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AndrejPejic  /Country of origin: Bosnia-Herzegovina

 
 

Father is Croatian, mother is Serbian. From WWD profile December 20, 2010: "Since the fashion industry first began asking “Who’s the blonde girl?” at the Paris men’s shows in June (2010), 19-year- old Serbian Australian model Andrej Pejic has emerged as a poster boy for fashion androgyny. His long, platinum blonde hair and feminine features caught the attention of, among others, Steven Meisel and Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Jean Paul Gaultier not only booked Pejic for his spring 2011 men’s show, he also cast him in his spring ad campaign alongside Czech supermodel Karolina Kurkova. Now it looks like Marc Jacobs may also be going the guess-the-gender route for his Marc by Marc Jacobs spring campaign. Pejic recently returned from shooting the ads in Marrakech with Juergen Teller alongside look-alike Latvian (female) model Ginta Lapina. Born in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Pejic and his family fled the war-torn region in the Nineties before settling as refugees in Melbourne, Australia."

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