An exclusive for Louis Vuitton’s SS19 show and a subsequent brand campaign shot by Collier Schorr; the cover of Dazed’s Spring 2019 Infinite Identities issue, photographed by Sean and Seng and styled by Robbie Spencer; and an Ethan James Green-lensed editorial in Another Man’s latest issue.
These are just a few of the projects that Candanian model Krow has undertaken in the few months since his post-transition runway debut in October 2018. “I am proud that I’ve had the opportunity to be the first transgender male to do things like appear on the cover of L’Uomo Vogue, open Kent & Curwen men’s show, walk Alexander McQueen, and of course close Louis Vuitton women’s,” he tells Dazed. “I’m inspired by being in a position to bring awareness about the trans community to the public through media.”
An intimate documentary, Krow’s TRANSformation, charting the three years of Krow’s journey from teen ‘female’ model to living life as his authentic self, is set to release later this year, part-crowdfunded by Kickstarter. “My hope is that the film will help to educate people on the trans experience,” he says.