Cody Fern: Punk Outside, Pin-Up, Genderf**k Rebel
In a blink of his Kohl-smeared eyes, Cody Fern has skyrocketed from being a punk outsider from the outback to embodying the spawn of Satan on screen. Yes your next Pin-Up stunts in structural Yohji & Tabi boots. Meet Hollywood’s new Genderf**k Rebel.
Actor of the screen and stage who landed a series regular role on the sixth season of Netflix’s original series House of Cards. In 2018, he also appeared as David Madson in The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. He also played Michael Langdon in American Horror Story: Apocalypse.
Photographed by Cedric Buchet and styled by Luke Day in a glam-David Bowie-androgyne, the issue 28 is now available at British GQ Style SS19.
He attended a boarding school for high school before graduating from the Curtin University of Technology with a honours degree in commerce.
He played the lead role of Albert in a production of War Horse which was put on by the National Theatre of Great Britain.
Cancer sign, born on July 6th, 1988, he’s 30 year-old, every spotlight turn around when he was wearing Margiela in a black blouse with trousers styled by Nicola Formichetti (GaGa’s stylist) and smokey eyes.
The Australian actor doesn’t feel afraid of the heteronormativity nowadays, he likes to play with genderless outfits, exploring his feminism side and ut so many make up.
Cody Fern is one example that fashion and social media helps to go out and be a rebel, he doesn’t care what you think about him.
He was born in Southern Cross, Western Australia. And now wears Givenchy leather pants and vest, Gucci trousers with a leather jock-strap and he dares you to jump in to the train. Explore your own Genderf**k Rebel-ism.