>Louis Vuitton is bending gender roles in its latest womenswear ad campaign by featuring Jaden Smith in a skirt.
>Louis Vuitton creative director Nicolas Ghesquière shared an image from the fashion house’s latest campaign for spring/summer 2016 on Instagram Sunday. In it, Smith poses alongside three female models, wearing a leather motorcycle-style jacket over a fringe top and a pleated skirt.
You don't have to be gay to wear unconventional clothes. He's just an artist (yes, whether you like his work or not) who's getting paid to dress unconventionally and can afford to do it regularly.
Who gives a shit how people dress anyway
Just let the guy wear a dress without questioning him, seriously. This can do nothing but help society as a whole. Fuck, it even makes transitioning easier because then being seen as a dude in a dress won't look so bad. I hope in 30-50 years men wearing skirts, dresses and heels will be seen as the "norm".
>Who gives a shit how people dress anyway
Whatever Louis Vuitton is trying to do with this is not going to work. Nobody especially the Bible Belt folk and Homophobes will let their children wear gender-bending clothing by Vuitton. So, those are the ones that give a shit. Nobody is saying how bold Smith is, some are likely scoffing and calling him a faggot. Well, aside from /lgbt/ who don't care.
>Nobody especially the Bible Belt folk and Homophobes will let their children wear gender-bending clothing by Vuitton. So, those are the ones that give a shit.
They're a minority, and a shrinking one at that, and aren't the demographic that's being targeted anyway.
But it's the demographic that is louder than you, and has more credibility with the old coots in the government than you.
There are more bible thumpers than men and women willing to challenge fashion or society's typecasting.
Don't underestimate your opponents.