Jaden Smith Isn't Here For Gender Norms In Fashion: 'I Don't See Man Clothes And Woman Clothes'
All as he covers GQ Style.
Another day, another slay for Jaden Smith, who's only gone and landed himself the cover of British GQ Style.
As well as looking dapper af in a whole load of punchy styling, Jaden's been having a chat with the mag and has spoken out to explain where he stands on gender norms and fashion.
It goes without saying that Jaden's attitude to all things sartorial is exceptionally fashion forward and in January he appeared in the Louis Vuitton SS16 campaign rocking a leather skirt that would traditionally have sat in the brand's womenswear line.
While this move got a whole lot of approval from the world at large, Jaden tells GQ Style that his status as a gender neutral style icon wasn't something he consciously intended to aspire to.
Instead he explains that he's just never felt as though clothing should have any bearing on dictating the way we identify gender.
"I feel like people are kind of confused about gender norms," Jaden tells the mag. "I feel like people don’t really get it. I’m not saying that I get it, I’m just saying that I’ve never seen any distinction.
"I don’t see man clothes and woman clothes, I just see scared people and comfortable people."
Fashion isn't actually Jaden's focus in life right now and instead he tells the mag that he's more interested in forming a utopian society.
"I'm really working towards just fixing the whole planet Earth. I really just want to create a utopia on this planet," he says.
"I really want to make it so that people don't have to die to pay bills and just work to survive. So that they can work to actually live and do the things that they love to do."
Sounds good to us, but what do you reckon? Drop us a tweet to @MTVStyleIntl to let us know already.
For more of Jaden's chat, visit gq.co.uk and see the full shoot in the spring summer issue of GQ Style, on sale Thursday.
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