Glamorizing daily life… the Andrej Pejic way

Once an enigma of androgynous confusion, there’s little doubt these days as to which side of the gender divide Andrej Pejic more enjoys spending time on. Often dubbed the pretties boy in fashion, possibly even full stop, Pejic has the rare quality of being able to model both men’s and women’s clothing with ease. For Fashion Magazine Canada’s February 2012 issue it’s feminine all the way, and Andrej doesn’t just model but commentates as well. “Golden Girls on crack,” anyone?

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Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12
Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12
Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12
Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12
Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12
Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12
Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12
Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12
Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12
Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12
Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12
Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12
Andrej Pejic: Fashion Magazine Canada Feb '12

For more Andrej Pejic, and more of his tongue-in-cheek quotes, click on the gallery above.

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