Comedian and actor David Walliams, of Little Britain Fame (new to you if you're in the US), is certainly no stranger to cross-dressing.
He has now taken this a step further by modeling high end female fashion in a UK magazine.
The resulting pictures are brilliantly random and the clothes are surprisingly well modeled...if you can pull your eyes away from his uber hairy legs that is!
Implications - Photoshoots and art that defy the conventions of gender through cross dressing or character embodiment attract a lot of press and attention from a population intrigued by gender divides. With the rise of feminism, women embodying men in culture and gender-androgynous fashions are commonplace. However, men embodying women or sporting women's fashions is still either perceived as odd or comedic, as society's emphasis on masculinity still remains unaltered.
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- By: CowbagOct 9, 2008 Updated: Jun 22 2011