Androgyny has been around for decades, dating back to the 1970s when glam rock became popular with artists such as Queen, David Bowie, and Elton John. However, Androgyny has also become very popular in fashion. Androgynous models such as Andrej Pejic, Freja Beha Erichsen, Eleonora Bose, and Kristen McMenamy have become famous for walking the runway for high-profile designers from Jean-Paul Gaultier and Louis Vuitton. Androgyny has become popular in fashion because it not only challenges the meaning of gender, but it blurs the line of gender stereotypes. In addition, it allows designers and fashion lovers to experiment and explore men’s and women’s fashion.