May 17, 2016 04:35 AM EDT

Jaden Smith 2016 Career Is All About Gender Fluidity, Dresses Helps His Career

By Jane Reed

Dresses pay, not only for women, but for the likes of Jaden Smith as well. His unusual style is helping his career soar to great heights.

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's son has managed to turn his eccentric social media posts into a profitable business. Jaden Smith is a trendsetter in his own sphere and his definition of "menswear" for the millions of millennial is a source of gender fluidity. Because right now, a man wearing a dress is no longer a career suicide. The young teenager landed very lucrative contracts with big brands in the industry including Louis Vuitton and NIcholas Ghesquiere, according to The Wrap.

He suddenly walked out in the open wearing a dress or a skirt and he doesn't feel uncomfortable doing it. It was first a weird thing for many to see. But soon enough, people got used to it and brands are starting to approach him.

Why did he choose this type of career? The Bet has it that Jaden Smith's 2016 career is about rejecting traditional gender roles. And he's not being burned down by the industry because of his choices at all. Jaden Smith is one of the most exciting rising stars in the business.

Being a son of a high profile couple, he is making his own mark in the world. Now, he's leading Luhrmann's new Netflix show "The Get Down." And it looks like the teen star is just getting started as he experiments and expresses himself in unique ways that at the same time boosts his career.

He is the most high profiled young man to experiment with gender fluidity. For Jaden Smith's 2016 career, this is a stepping stone to something big.

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