Jaden Smith – the slightly oddball son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith – is the new face of Louis Vuitton. However, the contract comes with a catch – it’s for the luxury French brand’s latest women’s wear range.
The 17-year-old star of noticeable box office flops as After Earth and The Karate Kid has been picked by the famed fashion house’s creative director Nicolas Ghesquière to front its new campaign that show the the young actor wearing a skirt recently debuted at Paris Fashion Week.
The images show Smith in a “gender fluid” environment alongside three female models and was snapped by famed fashion photographer Bruce Weber.
However, it’s not the first time the young Smith boy has frocked-up. He was photographed in a dress he wore to his prom last April (see below).
In a recent interview with American GQ magazine Smith regaled of his sartorial choices: “I’m just expressing how I feel inside, which is really no particular way because everyday it changes how I feel about the world and myself, but I like wearing super drapey things so I can feel as though I’m a super hero, but don’t have to necessarily wear super hero costumes everyday.”
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