Jaden Smith is all about challenging gender norms.
The 17-year-old son of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith recently posed shirtless in a skirt and rocked blue nail polish, showing off his muscles for Vogue Korea. Jaden also tucked a red flower behind his ear in the stunning shot, sweeping his braids to the side.
"Just Come Here," Jaden captioned the pic, which he shared on Instagram on Tuesday.
This, of course, isn't the first time Jaden has worn women's clothing. Last April, Jaden rocked a striped Topshop dress, and in May, he wore a long black-and-white dress to take Hunger Games actress Amandla Sternberg to prom. Earlier this month, he landed a modeling gig as the face of Louis Vuitton womenswear.
"Thank You So Much @louisvuitton And @nicolasghesquiere For The Opportunity To Impact This World," Jaden wrote about the fierce shot of himself posing alongside models Sarah Brannon, Rianne Van Rompaey, and Jean Campbell.
And check him out expertly pulling off a skirt and a fringe shirt underneath a leather jacket in another shot from the fashion brand's Spring 2016 campaign.
Jaden has talked about his unique fashion sense before, which has included wearing a Batman suit to his own prom. "I'm just expressing how I feel inside, which is really no particular way because every day it changes how I feel about the world and myself, but I like wearing super drapey things so I can feel as though I'm a super hero, but don't have to necessarily wear super hero costumes every day," he told GQ last June.
As for his love life -- if we're judging by his Instagram -- Jaden is still dating model Sarah Snyder, who he was spotted making out with at New York Fashion Week last September. Earlier this month, the Karate Kid star Instagrammed a photo of the two in front of a giraffe.
Last November, Will Smith called his son an "artist," and told Ellen DeGeneres that he decided a long time ago to let Jaden be himself.
"Jaden, because we're both artists, we decided a long time ago that it's sort of better to flow with what people are naturally, more than, like, what our egos need them to be," he explained. "So we really try to find the things that they're [Jaden and Willow] good at, and support those things rather than forcing them."