Numero Homme S/S '11 Greg Kadel Photo Shoot Makes a Gender-Mixed Statement

By: Wesley Skitzo - Published: Apr 4, 2011 • References: gregkadelstudios & fashiongonerogue
Due to the current popularity of androgyny in the fashion world, it’s often difficult to tell models apart; if you look closely at Greg Kadel’s latest work in the Numéro Homme Spring Summer 2011 issue, Androgyny Guard, you’ll know exactly what I mean.

Kasia Struss, Jaco Van Den Hoven and Jacob Dekat unite for the editorial in Givenchy and Burberry Prorsum outfits to make a punk-inspired unisex statement. The collection is definitely suitable for either sex, and between the fashion and the models, viewers are sure to go gender-blind.

The unisex statement in this editorial is made possible through the styling by Charles Varenne, hair by Cim Mahoney, casting by Natalie Joos and makeup by Mariel Barrera. Stats for Unisex Trio Editorials Trending: Older & Average
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