What would a shared wardrobe for men and women look like? This season’s catwalks (and Harry Styles) might have the answer
The spring-summer 2023 shows were the most gender-fluid, but this time they come with real sex appeal
The biggest trend of this season was not a colour, print, texture or silhouette, it was the trending of men’s and women’s fashion towards each other. Never before have the new collections shown such little distinction between what men and women are wearing.
From metallics and florals to double denim and summer leather, with a few cropped tops thrown in, menswear and womenswear mirrored each other in several key directions, reflecting many brands’ desire to ...