As clothing becomes more amorphous and less gender specific, lines are blurring. At Hood by Air’s FW 2015 runway show in New York this week, male models wore slit dresses down the runway, while Public School showed women wearing men’s trousers.
On Sunday, New York-based designer Telfar Clemens had two male models strut the runway in deconstructed cashmere mini-dresses with matching leg-warmers.
This is nothing new for Telfar, who has long been recognized for his avant-garde designs. In 2010, he fashioned sheer tank tops from plastic bags, and last year he put his male tribe in mini skirts.