10 gender fluid pieces to add to your wardrobe now
Designer Dhruv Kapur says it's time to venture into the men's section
‘Gender fluidity‘ is the keyword to remember. It’s gaining prominence on the fashion scene around the world and there’s no reason why you shouldn’t get onboard with it now. Designer Dhruv Kaur insists that it’s time we broaden our horizons a bit and borrow bits and pieces from the men’s section at your favourite store and make your wardrobe #Ungendered.
If you’re wary of going all in, the designer has tips for you to get behind the trend everyone’s talking about.
How to work menswear into your wardrobe this season
Summer vacay in Paris? Wear Balenciaga’s structured overcoat with a sexy slip dress for a night out on the town.
Cut for a man’s torso, this wrap shirt from Balmain creates a drop-waist effect when worn with your favourite skinny jeans.
An oversized silhouette with belted detailing offers a fresh take on the classic white shirt.
If you find it hard to resist the plushness of suede and the levity of fringe, pick this statement jacket from Faith Connexion.
The roomy Haut à courroies from Hermès is your companion for that surprise weekend getaway.
The new menswear line from Stella McCartney checks all the right boxes: relaxed, comfortable and convincingly unisex.
Cult streetwear label Vetements’ leather hotpants and thigh-high boots make for the season’s coolest combo.
Prove your Hygge credentials with a cup of hot chocolate and this Raf Simons sweater.
Find yourself at the cutting edge of street-inspired fashion with Hood By Air’s deconstructed silhouettes.
Stay on-trend with J.W. Anderson’s combination of the season’s hottest hues: pink and yellow.