Jaden Smith is continuing his gender-fluid style streak, this time, in a spread for Vogue Korea.
On Tuesday, the 19-year-old actor/model/singer shared an image from the shoot on Instagram, which sees him shirtless in a black skirt worn over pants. A red flower sits in his hair, and his nails are painted blue.
He captioned the photo, "Just Come Here." (How very Christiain Grey of him).
Naturally, the Internet was set ablaze after seeing the pic, with many fans applauding Jaden's gender-defiant style.
Huge respect to Jaden Smith for pushing the boundaries of gender fluidity in his Vogue shoot. 👏🏽 pic.twitter.com/MnBwwJ56C7— Music's Rebellion (@MusicsRebellion) January 26, 2016
JADEN SMITH FOR VOGUE KOREA IM SO IN LOVE WITH HIM HES BREAKING GENDER ROLES WHAT AN ICON pic.twitter.com/MflGOQtIYc— joel (@purposehoIy) January 26, 2016
Jaden Smith KILLED his Vogue Korea spread. The masculinity must be fragile AF out here.— lil hazel (@ASAPcourt) January 26, 2016
Prior to this shoot, the son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith starred in Louis Vuitton's spring/summer 2016 womenswear campaign, which features him wearing a skirt and a leather biker jacket. He also rocked a dress while accompanying "Hunger Games" star Amandla Stenberg to prom.
As HuffPost Black Voices puts it, Smith's style "represents the exciting new ways in which young black men are challenging ideas about masculinity."
Keep it comin', Jaden.
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