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thegoldeneternity:

Lisanne de Jong photographed by Viviane Sassen for Dazed & Confused July 2011.

thegoldeneternity:

Lisanne de Jong photographed by Viviane Sassen for Dazed & Confused July 2011.

(Source: wetbehindthears)

‘The girl who lived in the tree’ Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 2008/2009

‘The girl who lived in the tree’ Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 2008/2009

(Source: , via wildeyoungpoet)

Hans Peter Sundquist, Uniform, 2010.

Hans Peter Sundquist, Uniform, 2010.

(Source: mrkiki, via thegoldeneternity)

Joey Ma.

Joey Ma.

(via lapocketrocket)

Close up of The Face cover, January 1998.

Close up of The Face cover, January 1998.

(via dreambrothersoulsister-deactiva)

(Source: xerarch, via glittercatlitter)



scrapscallion:



"When we talk about androgynous fashion, we usually mean female-presenting people in outfits that incorporate or echo menswear. One seldom sees male-presenting people doing the same with womenswear, at least in the mainstream.



I think some of that must be a side effect of the privileging of traits, roles, and characteristics associated with masculinity over those associated with femininity—a woman in masculine-associated roles or clothing is moving in the direction of higher status and increased social privilege, at least implicitly; a man in feminine-associated roles or clothing, lower. We associate women in menswear with freedom and assertion; men in womenswear with deviation, grotesquerie, and parody.



How fucked up is that?”

scrapscallion:

"When we talk about androgynous fashion, we usually mean female-presenting people in outfits that incorporate or echo menswear. One seldom sees male-presenting people doing the same with womenswear, at least in the mainstream.

I think some of that must be a side effect of the privileging of traits, roles, and characteristics associated with masculinity over those associated with femininity—a woman in masculine-associated roles or clothing is moving in the direction of higher status and increased social privilege, at least implicitly; a man in feminine-associated roles or clothing, lower. We associate women in menswear with freedom and assertion; men in womenswear with deviation, grotesquerie, and parody.

How fucked up is that?”

(Source: hemovesquickly, via lipstick-feminists)

Kron by Kronkron.

Kron by Kronkron.

(via ffootie-deactivated20131120)

Unknown designer.

Unknown designer.

From the Ashish Spring 2012 runway.

From the Ashish Spring 2012 runway.

(Source: isabellacaffey)

Marithé et François Girbaud

Marithé et François Girbaud


Butterfly headdress (Alexander Mcqueen, Spring/Summer 2008).

Butterfly headdress (Alexander Mcqueen, Spring/Summer 2008).

(Source: sacred-theater)

Ode Couture #5. Nick Knight.

Ode Couture #5. Nick Knight.

(Source: homeofthevain)

Conor Cronin.

Conor Cronin.

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