The man sits down in front of the camera and begins to disrobe.
Then, with the help of a hair-and-makeup team (and some hair extensions), he is transformed into the same woman with whom he previously shared the screen.
is a Bosnian Serb, and her father, Vlado Pejić, is a Bosnian Croat. During the Bosnian War, Pejić and Igor fled to Serbia with their mother and grandmother, settling in a refugee camp near Belgrade.
At first glance, "Whatever" doesn't come across as anything particularly remarkable.
It opens with an emo-looking young man strolling into a photo shoot, where he catches the attention of a pretty woman.
Andreja has also appeared in editorials for fashion publications including Vogue, Elle, I-D, Dazed and Confused, Love, Allure, Purple and Numéro.
Pejić became the first openly transgender model profiled by Vogue, in its May 2015 issue and also became the first ever trans woman to sign a cosmetics contract.
By now, of course, we've realized that both the "male" and "female" models are one and the same.
Linder transitions between roles so seamlessly that her double appearance could be easily missed if it weren't spelled out for us.Pejić was initially notable for modelling both masculine and feminine clothing.In the Paris fashion shows of January 2011, Pejić walked both the men's and women's shows for Jean-Paul Gaultier and the men's shows for Marc Jacobs.The moment the on-screen transformation begins, however, both "Whatever" and its star become far more compelling than your average fashion ad or model."By starring Erika as the model for both male and female styles, we want this collection to inspire creativity and confidence as we set out to break new boundaries within the fashion industry," the brand says.In September 2014, Pejić announced plans on the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform to create a film about her reassignment surgery and life as a transgender woman.