The menswear shows just wrapped up, and a consistent theme we're continuing to see is the crossover of womenswear into menswear. From lace to fringe and softer silhouettes, pieces are reminiscent of the '70s with designers and brands creating more gender neutral or gender fluid clothing. In today's landscape, the traditional notion of gender roles are becoming obscured; women have traditionally worn menswear-inspired clothing, but men wearing womenswear-inspired clothing is almost unheard of—in the "traditional" landscape of gender roles.
With designers designing for no particular sex and brands following, I decided to put together three looks that are inspired by womenswear and crossover into menswear.
Lace Shirt // ASOS
Bowtie Shirt // ASOS -- Denim // ASOS