Gender-fluid styles at Fashion Week

It has already become common for women's clothing lines to include 'menswear' or androgynous styles, but this Fashion Week, there were more styles with 'feminine' looks in the collections for men. Interesting to examine what makes us read certain apparel as "feminine" or "masculine" - especially because now most men and women have similar clothing needs (similar career opportunities, levels of physical activity, daily lives). Also interesting to consider why it is more socially (and fashionably) acceptable for women to wear masculine clothing than for men to wear feminine clothing. Screen Shot 2015-02-18 at 8.25.21 PM

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