The brunette explains that representations of gender fluidity should enjoy a prominent place in mainstream media to help bring a sense of normality to young people who are trying to find the self-confidence to express who they want to be.
Ruby Rose, an Australian model, musical artist, former television host and current actress, had an exciting 2015.
When she’s not hanging out with her cat she makes hip hop-influenced beats.
After that, she's off to start working on another — top secret, for now — movie until the summer.(That's already the first half of 2016 sorted and we've only just begun.) In between her busy schedule, we caught up with Rose about her new fashion gig with Denim & Supply, modeling alongside her friend Hailey — or, according to Rose, "Hails" — Baldwin and the key to music festival style.How did the opportunity to be a part of Denim & Supply come about?"Learn to ride the wave," the clip read, advertising its denim overalls."I love the fact that [Denim & Supply] is using Instagram to create these mini films, these little 15-second cinematics, because I definitely get a lot of the information, my inspiration and style inspiration from social media platforms, and on Instagram especially," Rose told People, which first published the campaign photos.
In case you were concerned that 2016 was going to be the year that the Ruby Rose craze died down--do not worry because she's already made her first big move to solidify her place as the world's next power queer lady.