Andrej Pejic is Mr Unisex

Polish magazine Viva! Moda work hard to make themselves the standout magazine for Poland’s tastemakers. In the past, that’s seen them as the first Polish magazine to interview designer Karl Lagerfeld, and work extensively with Polish model Anja Rubik. With each issue they look to land the biggest, the best, and the most talked about names in the industry. Their latest catch, Andrej Pejic, certainly fits into the latter category – being much talked about for his androgynous look and popularity on womenswear runways. Viva! Moda’s shoot doesn’t shy away from his strengths, either. Titled ‘Mr Unisex’ Andrej models spring 2011 men’s and women’s pieces including Burberry’s much coveted studded biker jacket.

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Andrej Pejic: Viva! Moda S'11
Andrej Pejic: Viva! Moda S'11
Andrej Pejic: Viva! Moda S'11
Andrej Pejic: Viva! Moda S'11
Andrej Pejic: Viva! Moda S'11
Andrej Pejic: Viva! Moda S'11
Andrej Pejic: Viva! Moda S'11
Andrej Pejic: Viva! Moda S'11
Andrej Pejic: Viva! Moda S'11
Andrej Pejic: Viva! Moda S'11
Andrej Pejic: Viva! Moda S'11

It’s not all hard punk looks however, with Andrej also modelling pieces like Sonia Rykiel’s chic clear plastic raincoat. Click on the gallery below to view the full set of shots.

You can find out more about the issue at Viva’ Moda’s Facebook fan page and you can also pick up a copy at any well-stocked newsstand.

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