The beautiful Serbian male model recently showed up at Jean Paul Gualtier's show in Paris wearing what, by conventional standards, wouldn't be considered a very masculine getup (he was carrying a gun, though). High-heels, golden tights and a sleeve-less fur overcoat completed his -some would call them- "androgynous" looks.
Did he turn up "in drag"? Well, that depends on your own conception of the term.
For me, clothing in itself is genderless, so, as long as long as he was not essaying to "pass" as a woman he was not "cross-dressing" at all. As the press has pointed out once and again, he could perfectly do that without any effort.
(If he were, I wouldn't have any problem with that either!)
In any case, he was, once again, pushing the envelope really hard:
James Bond was the theme of the exhibit.
And even though Gaultier's secret agent did occasionally wear skirts, Andrej looks, which closed the show, for many brought to mind some of the film female leads rather than the celebrated spy.
Here he is greeting the designer himself:
Some images shot "behind the scenes":
A vid of the complete runway and a brief interview with the couturier (in French) can be seen on YouTube:
Paris Modes (YouTube Channel)