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Interview with Amazing Beautiful Model

A. Pejic

A. Pejic

Interview with Amazing Beautiful Model

Do you recall when I interviewed actor Channing Tatum that I utilized an ingenious aluminum foil headpiece I created to read his mind? Well this brain-wave method worked so well I have used it again. Now I am happy to report to you the result of my recent interview with an amazing and very beautiful model, Andrea Pejic.

This lovely-looking young supermodel has caused a major stir in the fashion world and is now in constant demand for fashion runway shows, photo shoots and magazine covers.

me – I sense you are wearing your foil cap, Andrea, and I appreciate your taking the time to chat with me today.

Andrea – It’s my pleasure, drbj. But . . .

me(interrupting) The pleasure is mine. Tell me a little about your early years.

Andrea – I was born August 28, 1991 in Tuzla, the Socialist Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina (Yugoslavia).

me – I know exactly where that is because I had the pleasure of visiting that area back in the 80s. The countryside was magnificent – beautiful valleys nestled below snow-covered mountains.

A. Pejic

A. Pejic

Andrea – My mother, Jadranka Savic, is Serbian and my father, Vlada Pejic, Croatian. They were divorced soon after I was born. During the Bosnian War, my family (mother, brother, grandmother and myself) fled to Serbia and settled in a refugee camp near Belgrade.

me – Did you have a difficult childhood?

Andrea – Not really. I was a very happy child. The camp was like a small community. I remember playing outside and I had many girlfriends. My memories are quite carefree.

After the camp we settled in Vojska, a small village near Svilajnac. I met my father then for the first time when I was four years old. My mother wanted my brother, Igor, and myself to have a relationship with our father so the two of us would spend a month every summer with him.

A. Pejic modeling Gaultier collection

A. Pejic modeling Gaultier collection

me – I know you and your family moved to Melbourne, Australia as political refugees when you were eight years old.

Andrea – Yes, that was a result of the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999 – my mother felt we were no longer safe there.

Modeling

me – How did you begin your career as a model?

Andrea – I was working in McDonald’s in Melbourne. I know what you’re thinking. Yes, I often was the one working behind the counter who asked, “Do you want fries with that?”

A booker for a model agency was impressed with my delicate, pouty, fresh-faced looks. I was told I was ‘absurdly beautiful.’ I began to model in Australia and I signed on with Storm Models in 2010.

My debut was closing the Jean Paul Gaultier spring fashion show in Paris. You better believe that was a heady achievement for me at the age of 19.

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A. Pejic on cover of Fashion magazine

A. Pejic on cover of Fashion magazine

A. Pejic with simple hairdo

A. Pejic with simple hairdo

me – You know, Andrea, the first time I saw your photo, I thought you were one of the most beautiful women I had ever seen.

Andrea – Photographers seem to appreciate my deceptively delicate looks although they do comment often on how thin I am. BTW . . .

me(interrupting) In the Paris fashion shows in January of 2011 you accomplished something few models – if any – have ever done.

You walked the runway for both the men’s and women’s shows for designer Jean-Paul Gaultier, and the men’s shows for Marc Jacobs.

Andrea – I believe I am in demand because I possess the rare ability to model successfully both male and female clothing.

me – That’s known as being androgynous.

Andrea – Exactly! And because I can walk the catwalk (runway) for both women’s clothing and menswear, I double my chances of landing work and earning money.

A. Pejic with extravagant hairdo

A. Pejic with extravagant hairdo

Barnes and Noble Bookstore

Barnes and Noble Bookstore

I'm so famous now I'm a tattoo.

I'm so famous now I'm a tattoo.

me – I know you have appeared in a number of European fashion magazines: French Vogue, Italian Vogue, Japanese Vogue Hommes, to name a few.

When were you introduced to American fashionistas?

Andrea – I first appeared on the cover of the new-York based magazine, Dossier Journal. The photo shows me taking off a white shirt with my long blonde locks in curlers.

It was ruled too risqué by the Barnes and Noble bookstores. They insisted on covering my image with an opaque plastic sleeve.

meHow old-fashioned!

Andrea – That’s true. Did you know that FHM men’s magazine named me one of the ‘100 Sexiest Women in the World’ in 2011? Isn’t that amazing?

me – What’s equally amazing is that models.com ranked you as number 19 on their ‘Top 50 Male Models’ list, and French Vogue gave you the title of Male Model of the Year (2011).

Andrej Pejic modeling Gaultier wedding dress

Andrej Pejic modeling Gaultier wedding dress

Andrea – Isn’t that a kick in the head? "I am currently one of the world’s most famous male models and I have absolutely no regrets that most people think I am a woman."

me – Say what? People ‘think you are a woman’?

Are you saying you are NOT a woman?

Andrea – I am a male individual of the masculine persuasion.

I just happen to be six feet tall, very thin, and with the face of an angelic beautiful woman.

I thought you knew.

BTW, I have been trying to tell you something. You have been misspelling my name.

It is Andrej, a masculine name ending in a ‘j’. NOT Andrea ending in an ‘a’.

me – Forgive me, Andrej, for using that form of literary license to make my point.

I wanted readers to see you as I first saw you – a beautiful, very feminine, almost ethereal-looking model, with full lips, high cheekbones and a waif-like expression.

Andrej Pejic

Andrej Pejic

Andrej – I understand. No apology is necessary. As I said, I have become a famous male model and I have no regrets that most people think I am a woman.

Androgyny has made me famous and well-paid. My gender duality is financially advantageous.

me – Because you can work as both a male and female model?

Andrej – Yes, and because traditionally, female supermodels earn much, much more than males.

me – You got that right. You are intelligent beyond your young age as well as exceptionally attractive.

Tell me, Andrej, what would you say to those who see you as controversial?

Andrej Pejic modeling push-up bras

Andrej Pejic modeling push-up bras

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Andrej Pejic modeling Rosa Clara wedding dresses

Andrej Pejic modeling Rosa Clara wedding dresses

Andrej – Any controversy I provoke may be part of my appeal. In an interview with New York Magazine, I said – this is a direct quote – “I’m sure most people think of me as a woman. It doesn't bother me anymore and I feel fine about it … I don't consider my looks unusual."

I've left my gender open to artistic interpretation. I don't really have that sort of strong gender identity – I identify as what I am. The fact that people are using it for creative or marketing purposes, it's just kind of like having a skill and using it to earn money. This is a new age of androgynous supermodels.”

me – Thank you for being so open and candid. What is your greatest wish for the future?

Andrej“Since I am comfortable modeling both men's and women’s wear, I aspire one day to model for Playboy.”

me – I’ll try to contact Hefner, one way or another, to make your dream come true. Ciao, Andrej, and good luck in your career.

© Copyright BJ Rakow, Ph.D. 2012. All rights reserved. Author, "Much of What You Know about Job Search Just Ain't So." Includes valuable information for older workers, and how to negotiate salary successfully.

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Comments for Interview with Amazing Beautiful Model

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on July 29, 2013:

It is always a lovely treat to find you here on one of my hubs, Colin. I know I will be flattered and awed by your munificent approbation and laudatory comments. This was no exception, my dear.

Knowing that you enjoy my interview series makes my labor worthwhile. Perhaps one day I will put all these Dead Celebrity and Weird Animal interviews into a couple of hard-cover books. Thanks for your promise of PR - you are the BEST!

epigramman on July 28, 2013:

Well my dear friend and most esteemed and legendary colleague that you are , DRBJ, you are a 'beautiful model' yourself of a writing style which is your very own and so unique.

No one does it quite like you - from the presentation of this interview series right down to your very own inimitable wit and style.

It's always a treat to read your eclectic style and not only fun but also enlightening and educational too.

This interview series deserves an anthology in hard cover and I will promote your brilliance as a writer and a creator on my FB wall for everyone to see and read.

I am sending to you my warmest wishes on this beautiful sunny morning from lake erie time canada 10:35am and sending three big Canadian hugs from Colin, Little Miss Tiffy and Mister Gabriel

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on May 22, 2013:

Andrej got me, too, Rolly - he is a fascinating supermodel. Happy I provided some smiles and thanks for the hugs.

Rolly A Chabot from Alberta Canada on May 11, 2013:

Hi drbj... yup you got me... smiles... well done and very interesting...

Hugs and Blessings

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on February 18, 2013:

How nice to see you here, Mary. Thank you for your perspicacious appreciation of my interviewing skills. That now makes two of us. Delighted you enjoyed the surprise revelation at the end - those are the best kinds! I wanted readers to be as astonished as I was.

And thank you for the gracious adjectives and the Up.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on February 18, 2013:

Hi, Suzie. He IS a stunning model, isn't he. Many women would kill for his looks. He admits that some photographers say he is too thin but thin always allows clothing to drape better than not thin - one of the reasons that most famous fashion designers prefer almost anorexic-looking models to show their designs.

Wouldn't it have been a blast to find him serving you behind a counter in McDonalds? Thanks for the Interesting, the Up, and the Sharing, m'dear.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on February 18, 2013:

Thank you for visiting, Jainismus, and finding this interview interesting. Andrej was a fascinating subject as well as an amazingly beautiful model. Adding the photos was my pleasure.

Mary Craig from New York on February 18, 2013:

Well, you've shown us yet again that your interview skills are not to be overlooked! Not only was your interview interesting and well put together but you held the surprise for the end. It is still hard to believe this model is a man but there are other things in this world that are hard to believe too ;)

Voted up, useful, awesome, and interesting!

Suzanne Ridgeway from Dublin, Ireland on February 18, 2013:

Hi drbj,

Great idea and what a stunning model he is!! Love to have seen him in male model mode too but as a female . . . wow. I do think he is very thin but what an incredible looking model and quite a find in McDonalds. Nice interesting interview, great job. VU, Interesting and Shared.

Mahaveer Sanglikar from Pune, India on February 18, 2013:

Interesting interview. Thank you for adding the beautiful photographs.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on October 09, 2012:

Delighted I took you by surprise, Break of Dawn, since that was my mission. I wanted readers to see Andrej as I first saw him - a beautiful feminine-looking model.

Since you asked, when he is not modeling he wears casual men's clothing - jeans and cotton shirts. Thanks for finding this absorbing, the Up vote and the sharing.

Break of Dawn on October 09, 2012:

Well, the ending sure took me by surprise. I have to admit, I though I had missed something and had to scroll back up to read it again, lol. He is absolutely stunning! Excuse my befuddlement but I must ask a dumb question; in his private life, is he dressed as a woman or man? Thank you for a most absorbing read. Voted up and shared!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 21, 2012:

Delighted, dear Linda, I coluld introduce you to Andrej who truly is impressive - in women's OR men's clothing. Thanks for enjoying the interview and my interruption 'technique.'

I was only rude for the sake of Art, I mean, Andrej!

Linda Bilyeu from Orlando, FL on September 20, 2012:

Wow, I had no idea who this model was until now. Impressive interview and person! I like the way you interrupted, but... :))

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 19, 2012:

Well, as long as you have a valid excuse for not visiting my hubs, dear B., you are excused. But don't let it happen again. Next time, you could be excised! :)

Thanks for the very clever and the loving it, m'dear.

b. Malin on September 18, 2012:

Very, very Clever Drbj...I've missed coming to your Hubs, but I've been away, BUT, now I'm Back. You still know how to tie one on...Loved it!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 17, 2012:

What is that old saying, Eddy? From your lips to God's ears! So nice to have you back and thanks for finding this clever and sharing, m'dear/

Eiddwen from Wales on September 17, 2012:

Clever and a great share ;here's to so many more to come.

Eddy.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 16, 2012:

I agree, Cogerson, a 'confusing' button might be most appropriate for this hub about Andrej. He is certainly not the expected image of a women's fashions supermodel. Yet in addition to his beautiful appearance there is a certain sweetness to him when he is interviewed. Sorry about the confusion, but many thanks for your visit.

UltimateMovieRankings from Virginia on September 15, 2012:

I must admit.....I got confused while reading your hub so I had to do a quick check on wikipedia.....to copy a previous commetor....Holy Cow.....pretty impressive accomplishment to be considered one of the best male and female models. Voted up and interesting and confusing...I think this hub needs a confusing button....lol.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 14, 2012:

How I love your visits, Alastar. You always remind me of something pleasant from the past. Yes, I remember Schwab's in L.A. And I remember Lana Turner, the beautiful blonde actress, was discovered (they say) sitting on a stool at the soda fountain there.

To answer your query, Andrej is most definitely a male and he seems to be comfortable with men and women. However, he says he wants to keep details of his private life private so I respect that. I enjoyed being the interlocutor and thank you for the Up and stuff, my friend.

Alastar Packer from North Carolina on September 14, 2012:

Maybe McDonalds is the new international Schwab's Drugstore. You remember that Hollywood icon spot don't you, drbj ? Andrea is a beautiful Slav person whom fortune has shined on. Making the men's and women's lists- what i'd like to know is he/she one or the other or something in-between- oh lordy, AP is getting confused this mornin'. Anyway a different kind of interview drbj, thanks for being our interlocutor with the supermodel. Up n stuff as always!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 13, 2012:

Thank you, teaches, for visiting and finding this interesting. You are so right. Andrej is a beautiful person as well as a talented male/female supermodel.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 13, 2012:

You are absolutely correct, Nell, a person's hands can reveal a lot - male, female, young, old, etc. Interesting that you mentioned neck and shoulders as body parts that reveal gender. Andrej confided that his shoulders are the one part of his body he is not happy with.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 13, 2012:

I'm not surprised, Martie, that these photos of Andrej were mind-blowing - they knocked me out, too. I have seen beautiful men before but never anyone so beautiful who looked like a genuine angelic woman. Bet most folks are fooled by his appearance.

Andrej thanks you for your sweet comments, and I thank you, m'luv, for the 'awesome interview.'

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 13, 2012:

How nice to meet you, LanaLu, and delighted that you had the opportunity to visit Andrej's beautiful homeland. It is picturesque, isn't it? As a fashion fanatic, you can be sure you will be seeing a lot more of Andre in your favorite fashion mags. Thank you m'dear for the super amazing and the Up.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 13, 2012:

Happy I could surprise you, Alicia, with the revelation that he is a she. Quite a jolt, no? Just proves that the world is full of remarkable, fascinating people. Yes, Andrej does have the best of both worlds as both a male and female supermodel. Thanks for the visit, m'dear.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 13, 2012:

So I shocked you with a whammy, Kelly, when I revealed that Andrej was a guy? Then I did my job. :)

Thank you, m'luv for finding this fascinating, amazing and brilliant. I like the way you think. Andrej says to tell you, you're cool, too. Promise.

Dianna Mendez on September 12, 2012:

Definitely a beautiful person. Interesting read on this talented model.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 12, 2012:

I am not surprised, Amy, that your perceptive eye saw the strength as well as the remarkable beauty in Andrej's face in the first photo.

As a Vogue subscriber you are already aware of the value of that which is different and often outrageous in the world of fashion, and as you point out, androgeny is 'in' at the moment. Ordinary is out; otherworldly is in.

Thank you, m'luv, for using that exceptional adjective to describe my interview and Andrej. And 'extraordinary magnificence'? My cup runneth over.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 12, 2012:

Happy I totally surprised you, Ruby. Yes, Andrej is a gorgeous man. Never would have thunk it myself just looking at his photo. Thank you for the clever poem, m'dear. Now I owe you one.

You are so right about which you write,

Make the dough while your skin can still glow.

Wrinkles and flab will come soon enough,

But if you have money, life ain't so tough.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 12, 2012:

You frumpy, suziecat? I don't believe that for a moment. You have too much pizazz as a writer. Trust me. Delighted that I fooled you, however, and thanks for finding this a 'fun read.'

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 12, 2012:

Delighted to bring you into the world of fashion, Jim, even if only for the moment. Now you can proudly proclaim you know who Andrea, I mean Andrej, Pejic is! Thanks for the visit and the kind words.

Nell Rose from England on September 12, 2012:

The hands give it away every time! lol! betcha didn't know that? you can always tell by the hands what gender someone is, the other thing is the neck and shoulders! trust me I know! lol! interesting stuff, and wish I could still look so good! haha!

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 12, 2012:

To answer your query, Audrey ... it ain't easy to be beautiful as both a man and a woman. But Andrej does seem to have that knack. Thanks for the replay and finding this very interesting.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 12, 2012:

Very funny, Lela. Actually, as I think about it, 'androgynous' would be a perfect name for swimwear that both men and women could wear. The only difference - for men, it would be one piece - like a Speedo - and for women, two piece - like a bra and a thong. Whatcha think? Only drawback, all who wear them would have to be as slender as Andrej.

I have been thinking about your suggestion to interview Jack Reacher. Will decide when that Tom Cruise movie version of his book arrives in the theaters.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 12, 2012:

What sublime comments, dear bp, thank you. You are on the mark with your description of Andrej. He does seem to be comfortable in his dual persona and 'that is a beautiful thing.' How I love your adjectives - fantastic, interesting, awesome and Up. Thank you again.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 12, 2012:

You are not the only one who was surprised, Audrey. I had the same 'Holy cow!' reaction when I read a news article about Andrej. With photos.

Although he IS a man, he walks and moves with feminine grace when modeling womenswear. And whatever he models, he is beautiful.

You asked if he will model swimsuits. Probably not since he lacks the necessary cleavage for women's suits, and may be too thin for the male versions.

Although I could see some savvy swim suit manufacturers marketing an Andrej suit that consists of only a thong bottom for men AND women who like to sun on the famous European nude beaches but still display a bit of modesty. That would certainly start a whole new trend.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 12, 2012:

You are on the money, fpher. Andrej is not only beautiful, unique and exceptional, but he also posseses a very positive attitude about himself and his successful career.

Thank you for stopping by, finding this interview fascinating and the Up with four +.

Martie Coetser from South Africa on September 12, 2012:

Well, I am totally speechless! Really, drbj, you've knocked me out with this interview - first time ever I've read myself into a state of total surprise as in 'mind-blowing'. Andrej is the first man I've ever seen looking like a real woman in woman's clothes. As you know, transvestites are clearly identifiable - with my eyes - but Andrej could have fooled me. I wish him all of the best success and happiness in his career and personal life. Awesome interview, as always!

LanaLu from New York on September 12, 2012:

This is super amazing... I know exactly where shes from, I went there summer of 2011, such a beautiful place with such beautiful people... Love the interview, but how did you manage to do the interview its fantastic and I am a fashion fanatic LOVE my NYFW shows and events but didn't even think of doing interviews because of all the fun and interesting things happening all around... Great Hub voted up

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on September 11, 2012:

This hub is very interesting, drbj!! I had never hear of this model before, so I was completely surprised when your interview revealed that "she" is actually a "he"! What a great career Andrej has, being able to model both male and female clothing.

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on September 11, 2012:

Fascinating! Drbj - this was one of those reads where you forget what's going on around you! Ok well I did:) SOOOO I treating and I was shocked when you revealed the sex of the model! What a whammy!

Brilliant really. Amazing - I was totally engrossed from the interesting backstory to this present moment in time! Cool!!

Amy Becherer from St. Louis, MO on September 11, 2012:

I kind of wondered, drbj, when I saw the top photo; something about the eyebrows and the strength of the bone structure, delicate and fine, but strong. But, it only takes one glance to see the remarkable beauty in his face. I subscribe to Vogue and see many outrageously beautiful people throughout the pages that capitalize on a uniquely androgenous beauty. It's no secret that every art form today, from painting to fashion to writing demands beyond perfectly ordinary to otherworldly. Your interview and your subject, model Andrej Pejic, both achieve those otherworldly standards of extraordinary magnificence.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 11, 2012:

Makes my day, Rosemary, that I 'gotcha.' You are so right. Andrej appears to be enjoying his dual existence and seems comfortable with both his modeling roles.

As you so perceptively point out, if his looks make him good money, why not? Thanks for the visit and the awesome, m'dear.

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on September 11, 2012:

OMG, Who would have ' thunk it. Gorgeous man. I was totally surprised, yep, you got me good. He is a smart man with a healthy attitude. Fun read..Enjoyed

Whether you be a woman or be a man

Make the dough while you still can

When wrinkles and flabby skin appears

Counting your money brings happy tears. Hee

suziecat7 from Asheville, NC on September 11, 2012:

Ha - fooled me since my idea of fashion is often frumpy and I don't usually follow the fashion world. Fun read as usual - thanks.

The Frog Prince from Arlington, TX on September 11, 2012:

Not being in that world of fashion, I don't know who she is. Now I do.

Nice write up.

TFP

Audrey Kirchner from Washington on September 11, 2012:

Now that I look at her more, she does look decidedly more male--how could someone get blessed with BOTH sexes' looks? That seems kinda unfair but ah well---we all can't be beautiful on the outside~ Most decidedly very interesting piece, BJ.

Lela from Somewhere near the heart of Texas on September 11, 2012:

I thought androgynous was a name for swim wear! Perhaps that was hydrogenous. I forget so many things these days. At any rate it appears that mr/ms Andrej could wear either one. She would look so strange in a male speedo though.

I think you should interview Jack Reacher soon.

breakfastpop on September 11, 2012:

The one thing I am sure of is that h/she is comfortable in his/her skin and that is a beautiful thing. What a fantastic job you did. Up interesting and awesome!

Audrey Kirchner from Washington on September 11, 2012:

Holy cow, BJ - you got me---for real? I really need to tune into television and/or read the Internet more often---I guess whatever he/she wears is fine since he/she is beautiful---isn't that the way things go? I wonder though--will he model swimsuits--and if so, for what "team?" Interesting! I've not seen many women with bulges in all the wrong places modeling swimsuits but it could start a whole new trend! Yikes~~ Me thinks I'm having a personal summer over that remark~

Suzie from Carson City on September 10, 2012:

Breathtakingly beautiful, with a very healthy attitude and outlook, not to mention, extremely successful career. This model is clearly unique and exceptional...........Very fascinating interview, drbj! UP +++

Rosemary Sadler from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand on September 10, 2012:

Well it was certainly a 'gotcha' for me. He is obviously not suffering from an identity crisis, he seems to be quite comfortable in both roles. And oif his looks make him good money, why not.

Awesome read thank you Doc

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 10, 2012:

You are so right, christopher, Andrej does defy labeling. He seems to be very confortable with who he is and he is having great success as a beautiful male/female supermodel.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 10, 2012:

How nice to meet you, ignugent. What a nice comment: 'like watching a talk show.' Exactly what I hoped you would say. Delighted you were as surprised as I was when I first encountered him. Andrej appears to be happy - for now.

If you like surprises take a look at my 'Interview with Martian.'

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 10, 2012:

Thanks, Pamela, for enjoying the twist at the end, and for the kind comments. Yes, Andrej is painfully thin but that seems to be what the dress manufacturers prefer in their supermodels, male and female. Seems clothes 'hang' better when there are less curves to get in the way. Happy you enjoyed the fun.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 10, 2012:

Thanks for coming to the party, molometer, and not spoiling the surprise. Delighted you found this imaginative and thank you for the Up vote.

drbj and sherry (author) from south Florida on September 10, 2012:

I know you must be a style maven, Petra, so I am not surprised that you knew Andrej's story. I'll just have to dream up another twisty story with a 'gotcha' for you.

Andrej appears to be one supermodel who is quite clear-headed about both himself and how others view him. I admire his independent spirit.

Christopher Antony Meade from Gillingham Kent. United Kingdom on September 10, 2012:

It is nice to read about someone who defies labeling.

I hope he has great success. He deserves it.

ignugent17 on September 10, 2012:

It is like watching a talk show. I was surprised at the end of the interview. I do hope she or he is happy with the life she/he has.

Thanks for sharing.

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on September 10, 2012:

This is a very interesting article with quite a twist at he end. You did your usual fantastic job in writing it. As far as I am concerned, she or he looks anorexic, which I consider unattractive. That didn't stop the article from being fun to read.

Micheal from United Kingdom on September 10, 2012:

What an interesting read. I cannot say to much as I wouldn't want to spoil the surprise. It is very good, imaginatively written and fun Voted up.

Petra Vlah from Los Angeles on September 10, 2012:

You did not get me on this one with your famous twists at the end. I did know the story of this super-model and good for him to have such a clear mind about who he is and I admire his business sense (letting anyone "see" what they want to see.

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