Girls will be boys: androgyny in Creem

A first glance it looks like another sensual guy and girl shoot, one littered with the kind of nudity and erotica the world of fashion has become accustomed to – especially where cross-over art/culture/fashion titles are concerned. But in this shoot for Creem magazine there’s a twist of androgyny, another of the industry’s fascinations right now following on from the success of Andrej Pejic. This time Jana Wirth plays the male of the story, boyishly thin and with a haircut that makes me think of Leonardo di Caprio in his younger days.

The full (NSFW) shoot can be found after the jump.

androgyny nsfw shoot

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro: Creem issue 3 (NSFW)
Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro: Creem issue 3 (NSFW)
Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro: Creem issue 3 (NSFW)
Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro: Creem issue 3 (NSFW)
Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro: Creem issue 3 (NSFW)
Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro: Creem issue 3 (NSFW)
Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro: Creem issue 3 (NSFW)
Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro: Creem issue 3 (NSFW)
Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro: Creem issue 3 (NSFW)
Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro: Creem issue 3 (NSFW)
Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro: Creem issue 3 (NSFW)
Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro: Creem issue 3 (NSFW)

Photographed by Michael Donovan and starring Jana Wirth & Natalia Piro, you can check out the gender-bending shoot His & Hers by clicking on the thumbnails.

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