|Date of Birth||1991-08-28|
|Place of Birth||
Bosnia And Herzegovina
About Andreja Pejic
Famous for her modeling work for Marc Jacobs and Michael Michalsky, this Bosnian-born-Australian transgender woman underwent sex reassignment surgery in 2014. The following year, she became Vogue magazine’s first featured transgender model.
Early Life Experience of Andreja Pejic
She was discovered by a modeling agent while she was a student at Melbourne, Australia’s University High School. Early in her career, she modeled both female and male fashions at designer Jean Paul Gaultier’s early 2011 fashion show in Paris, France.
In 2013, she acted in a Turkish television series titled Fatih.
Family Life and Relationship
The children of Bosnian-born Serbian mother Jadranka Savic and Bosnian-Croatian father Vlado Pejic, Andreja Pejic (born Andrej Pejic) and her older sibling, Igor, were born in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and spent part of their childhoods in a Serbian refugee camp. When she was eight years old, Pejic immigrated with her family to Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
In 2013, she was featured in rock star David Bowie’s “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)” music video.