2015 may have been the year Jaden Smith said yes to the dress, but it looks like 2016 is the year he will make a career out of it.
The 17-year-old son of Hollywood stars Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith has been revealed as the face of Louis Vuitton’s Spring/Summer 2016 collections – appearing in ads for the brand’s women’s collection.
The new ad campaign sees Jaden as the sole male featured alongside several female models, all posing on a sidewalk.
Jaden pairs a metal-embroidered skirt with a fringed white top and a retro leather moto jacket, topping the look off with a pair of glovelets and loafers.
Over the last year the older brother to recording artist Willow Smith has revealed that he has a penchant for wearing women’s clothing, and has been seen sporting skirts and dresses on a regular basis.
Well, now that you are over the initial shock of Bruce Jenner (the man) converting to ‘Caitlyn’ Jenner (the woman) and becoming Glamour’s Woman of the Year, this is probably no big deal, right?
It’s called genderless. My first thought is: How is genderless part of a woman’s collection? It’s a woman’s collection! Why not just have a line of clothing called “Genderless” or “Those With An Identity Crisis”? But then again, how can anyone be genderless? Most of us are either man or woman based on our genitals aren’t we? I don’t know about you, but this is becoming totally confusing. Then again, that’s the agenda of Obama. His plan is screw everyone up that is “normal”, so that many of us that are “normal” will start to think they are the “abnormal”. Sorry, it’s just not working for me. How about you? But then again, I don’t wear too much Louis Vuitton.
Genderless is NOT normal. Jaden Smith is suffering an identity crisis – definitely!
I can’t wait for the upcoming election when we can start to return this nation back to some common sense.
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