Jaden Smith's new Instagram pic has got us feeling some type of way.
The former "Karate Kid," part-time philosopher and son to Will and Jada has basically been giving the middle finger to gender norms since he started wearing dresses back in 2015.
Now, a shirtless photo of Smith wearing only a black skirt, accented by bright blue nail polish and a red flower, has got our attention.
The 17-year-old captioned the photo shot by Peter Ash Lee for Vogue Korea, "Just Come Here," and he doesn't have to ask twice.
Louis Vuitton tapped the young actor to be the face of their new womanswear campaign in January.
In a series of snaps posted on LV's creative director, Nicolas Ghesquière Instagram account, Smith rocks another skirt and a leather jacket alongside female models like it's no big deal ... because it's not, actually.
We are so on board for this gender-neutral clothing trend. Sex and gender aren't binary, so let's all stop dressing like they are.
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