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J.W Anderson London A/W 2014 The cuts of the neckline, sleeve, bodice and even the proportions were all extremely feminine. Although mens clothing, it looks odd and out of place.

J.W Anderson London A/W 2014 The cuts of the neckline, sleeve, bodice and even the proportions were all extremely feminine. Although mens clothing, it looks odd and out of place.

“ "Oh, Gina!" photographed by Mara Corsino for Sicky magazine, November 2014 ”

“ "Oh, Gina!" photographed by Mara Corsino for Sicky magazine, November 2014 ”

J.W Anderson London A/W 2014 I would describe this collection as unwearable for the majority of men due to the femininity of the pieces. The shaping of this bodice specifically resembles the curves of a woman's body and when worn on such a slim man, makes him look like a woman. The flare of the pants also gives an impression of a skirt which is traditionally a woman's garment. He questions gender in this collection by tailoring menswear to resemble a feminine silhouette.

J.W Anderson London A/W 2014 I would describe this collection as unwearable for the majority of men due to the femininity of the pieces. The shaping of this bodice specifically resembles the curves of a woman's body and when worn on such a slim man, makes him look like a woman. The flare of the pants also gives an impression of a skirt which is traditionally a woman's garment. He questions gender in this collection by tailoring menswear to resemble a feminine silhouette.

Paul Smith Paris A/W 2014 In this piece Smith plays with the rules of tailoring moulding the collar and lapel into the breast of the jacket without the fold. Although repositioned and used in a different way the collar still seems to have the same finishings as a regular collar as tailoring stitches and facings are visible.

Paul Smith Paris A/W 2014 In this piece Smith plays with the rules of tailoring moulding the collar and lapel into the breast of the jacket without the fold. Although repositioned and used in a different way the collar still seems to have the same finishings as a regular collar as tailoring stitches and facings are visible.

[Photo by Louise Damgaard]

They Are Wearing: Copenhagen Fashion Week

CDG menswear 2011 A/W. All models are styled with wigs that do not match or fit on their heads. This complements the awkward tailoring that seems like it doesn't fit. The jacket is pulled tightly across the models chest, the sleeve are that little bit too short and the overall garment looks uncomfortable and tight. In contrast the pants are baggy around the thighs and tighten at the ankles. The whole thing reminds me of a teenage boy who has grown out of his clothes too quickly to replace…

CDG menswear 2011 A/W. All models are styled with wigs that do not match or fit on their heads. This complements the awkward tailoring that seems like it doesn't fit. The jacket is pulled tightly across the models chest, the sleeve are that little bit too short and the overall garment looks uncomfortable and tight. In contrast the pants are baggy around the thighs and tighten at the ankles. The whole thing reminds me of a teenage boy who has grown out of his clothes too quickly to replace…

j.w. anderson, resort 2015

j.w. anderson, resort 2015

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