Jaden Smith Rocks a Non-Gender Binary Look on the Cover of His New Album

Jaden Smith is no stranger to brand loyalty. The 21-year-old can be seen rocking New Balance whenever he can and often pairs it with clothes from his personal clothing line, MSFTSrep.

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ERYS Album Out Now.

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The singer stayed true to his everyday style on the cover of his new album “ERYS.” Smith, who is occasionally seen styling his ensembles in a non-gender binary fashion, posed for the cover of his latest album in women’s sneakers.

The “I” singer wore a pair of white leather New Balance 650 sneakers with teal and magenta accents. He is photographed sitting on a bright pink sofa atop a city rooftop wearing black pants and a vest from his clothing line. He added an edgy twist to the look by wrapping his chest in bulky chains.


The stylish son of Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith posted a photo on Instagram yesterday to promote his album wearing the same shoes, adding an MSFTSrep hoodie to the outfit. Smith captioned the post “ERYS: The Album Is Out Now.”

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Jaden Smith wearing a red Supreme padded jacket with an orange stripe across the front.
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A close-up look at Jaden Smith wearing retro-looking New Balance 650 sneakers.
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The “Karate Kid” actor was snapped in the same shoes earlier this year. He matched the sneakers with a cozy airport outfit. He wore pants and a hoodie from his brand and a red Supreme puffer jacket as he arrived at LAX in March.

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