April 22, 2014

Australian model Andrej Pejic is causing quite a stir in the fashion world. Since coming onto the fashion scene in 2010, Pejic has modeled in both menswear and womenswear and walked in countless editorials.

Famous for his androgynous good looks and his ability to work a runway in men's wear or a Gaultier wedding dress, the 22-year-old is branching out, and, as many models do, building his brand. Pejic has launched a line of minimalist, unisex, jewelry made using a 3D printer.

The jewelry line, in collaboration with the brand Sam H. Snyder, will be known as Pejic x Snyder. The line consists of items of silver, palladium, 18k gold and platinum. He told Fashionista, "It definitely fits my aesthetic, I don't like flashy, diamonds — it's modern and minimal but thick and chunky."

While the New York-based jewelry brand approached Pejic to collaborate, the model thought that it would be a great way to combine it to the charity work he has been wanting to do for a while. Pejic has actively involved in the design process. A part of the profits from the collection will go to the Ali Forney Center, which is dedicated to helping homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) young people and providing them with medical assistance.

It is Pejic's first try in the world of design, and it is certainly not the last. "I have a lot of ideas: Things that I've gone without or things that should be on the market but aren't. There will more products and more branding coming from me, for sure." said the enthusiastic model.

The 3D printed jewelry can be ordered via Sam H Snyder's website.

Posted in 3D Printing Applications

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Sam wrote at 4/23/2014 7:28:59 PM:

I never thought I'd see Andrej Pejić on 3ders! By the way, she prefers feminine pronouns :)

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