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Australian androgynous male model, Andrej Pejic was one of the many models who strutted his stuff down the catwalk for designer Jean Paul Gaultier's Fall/Winter Collection during the Paris Fashion Week.
The 20-year-old model, who has recently been named the new face of the luxury label's new men's fragrance, is a popular name in the fashion industry notable for his androgyny and his ability to successfully model both male and female clothing.
With his perfect figure, gamine looks and perfect ramp-walk strut, Pejic was dressed in a rock-chic look with fur detailing during the Paris Fashion Week show.
According to the Associated Press, designer Jean Paul Gaultier fused 1980s graffiti prints with the style of cult rock band Velvet Underground in his slickly executed fall-winter offering on Saturday.
The collection mainly offered graffiti print ensembles in leather, silk as well as furs. Apart from graffiti tailored suits, the designer also presented evening gowns, metallic leggings under graffiti dresses and graffiti pantsuits.
With his long blonde hair and womanly physique, Pejic flaunted his femininity along with the other models on the ramp. Last year, the model walked both the men's and women's shows for Jean-Paul Gaultier and the men's shows for Marc Jacobs. Apart from this, at the StyleNite in July 2011 Andrej Pejic appeared on the catwalk both in male and female clothes from Michalsky.
Start the slideshow to catch a glimpse of Pejic along with other highlights from Jean Paul Gaultier's collection at the Paris Fashion Week: