Aussie fashion designer baby gap has made the big time

The Australian fashion designer who was born a girl but still dresses as a boy has become the first child in the world to become a major fashion star.

Baby Gap, born in Brisbane in 2012, was featured in the New York Times and the Australian fashion magazine Vogue and has also appeared in the fashion magazines FHM, Vogue Australia and Vogue Asia.

But now Baby Gap is looking to make the big-time.

“I have always been very conscious of my body, and my style has always been a little bit of a mystery,” the 17-year-old said.

“Growing up, my mum said, ‘You’ll be a girl by the time you’re 18’.”

She meant me.

It was something that was always in the back of my mind.

Baby gap, born at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Brisbane, is one of six children born to mother and father who have undergone gender reassignment surgery. “

Being the first girl to do that was huge,” she said.

Baby gap, born at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Brisbane, is one of six children born to mother and father who have undergone gender reassignment surgery.

“My mum always told me it’s not going to make you a girl,” she told the ABC.

“The surgery is for your body to be different, it’s going to create a body you like and then it’s all about what your friends like and your family likes, and then what you like yourself.”

Baby Gap has made her name for modelling clothing, clothing for her friends, and even a line of clothing inspired by her favourite TV show, Family Guy.

“It’s not about me being a girl; it’s about my family, my friends and how we feel about the way we look,” she explained.

Baby Gabby said she is excited to have her own label and the success she has enjoyed is a tribute to her mother.

“If I had to say, ‘I’m a girl’, I wouldn’t want to say it to my mother,” she added.

“That’s all that matters.

To be the first in the entire world, I just want to be known for myself, because I’m the first and only girl that has been able to do what I’ve done.”