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The Increasingly Blurred Gender Lines

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In 2019, what’s good enough for the guys is good enough for the girls, too – assuming it comes in the right size. In more and more runway presentations, such crosspollination is evident: You’ll spot womenswear-esque accoutrements on male models, while menswear fits don’t look particularly butch in the women’s presentations. The latest Oscars followed this pattern: A visible percentage of female actresses stepped out onto the red carpet in suits – and not the pantsuit variety – and a handful of male stars wore more androgynous silhouettes, including Black Panther’s Chadwick Boseman. Although most would be quick to dismiss this shift as a large-scale Gigi Hadid-Zayn Malik switch off, after their off-the-mark Vogue cover story, it’s part of a greater cultural swell, one – for the time being – where unisex and genderless fashion are less taboo. Let’s go back to the beginning:

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