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.
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