Jaden and Willow Smith are ''100 percent'' misfits.
The 17-year-old actor and the 14-year-old singer - whose parents are Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith - have insisted they are happy to challenge gender stereotypes through their clothing line 'MSFTS'.
Impersonating the stereotypes surrounding gender, Willow said: ''I don't want to wear this because I'm a boy. Or [because] I'm a girl, so I have to act this type of way.''
Whilst 'The Karate Kid' star added: ''You decide your own path and you decide your own rules and that's what MSFTS is all about.''
Jaden - who has been an advocate of gender fluid outfits in the past, having previously worn items of clothing designed for women - also admitted he doesn't like the ''rules'' made for the different genders.
He added to Gulf News Tabloid: ''Nobody ever thinks, 'Yo who made all these rules? Who was here and made all these rules?
''Because, I'm equally as smart as them, and I don't necessarily agree with all the rules that they established before I came into the picture.''
Meanwhile, Jaden previously compared his style to Albert Einstein's.
He said: ''Einstein didn't really like to change clothes because he had too much other stuff to worry about and I'm the same. All black is pretty much my go-to look.
''If somebody is just wearing something for the blogs, that's really sad because they're not living for themselves, versus someone wearing a kimono who's having an awesome time. I really look to see, do you care more about what other people think, or are you having fun?''
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