The fine line between masculine and feminine

The latest mens fashion shows have given a new image to what we conceive as masculine and feminine styles, by combining the two gender wardrobes to create a new gender line. Some stylists, like Versace, had their models strutting down the catwalk in leggings, others, like Thom Browne, fitted them in long and short skirts, and then there were those like Edmund Cooi, who went a step further with mini sweater dresses designed just for men.

With ribbons and lace all around, even furs made their way out into the spotlight, turning up their noses to the minimalist styles. And so, there is a thinning line between masculine and feminine styles that the fashion industry has chosen to embrace with open arms.

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