January 26, 2015
Although blurred gender lines are nothing new on fashion runways, androgynous clothing “took center stage” at a Gucci menswear show this month. That’s according to a January 20 article on the Quartz website, which says the show’s focus on androgyny was “stronger than it’s been in years.” The clothing maker’s lineup included “foppish bow blouses, scarlet lace, and crop-sleeved coats.” Regarding the show, Gucci noted that “a dreamy ambiguity pulsates throughout.”
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