fashion, fashion show, fashion design, fashion old, fashion week, fashion women, fashion men, fashion 2010, fashion games, fashion clothing, fashion model, fashion dress, fashion 2009, fashion trends, fashion online, fashion jewelry, fashion style, fashion girls, fashion jobs, fashion wholesale, fashion high, fashion barbie, fashion shoes, fashion bug, fashion 2008, fashion size, fashion nightout, fashion doll, fashion school, fashion mall, fashion newyork, fashion fall, fashion magazine, fashion store, fashion accessories, fashion summer, fashion spring, fashion 2011, fashion ladies, fashion movie, fashion up, fashion winter, fashion hair, fashion runway, fashion spot, fashion teen, fashion vintage, fashion tv, fashion square, fashion black, fashion plus, fashion shop, fashion pictures, fashion london, fashion photos, fashion download, fashion retro, fashion wear, fashion shirts, fashion institute, fashion fever, fashion latest, fashion blog, fashion watch, fashion street, fashion jewellery, fashion merchandising, fashion art, fashion boots, fashion rocks, fashion ny, fashion outlet, fashion video, fashion uk, fashion valley, fashion college, fashion bratz, fashion jeans, fashion retail, fashion industry, fashion music, fashion tips, fashion photography, fashion jojo, fashion home, fashion songs, fashion 2007, fashion fair, fashion young, fashion recipe, fashion wedding, fashion hot, fashion jackets, fashion angeles, fashion rings, fashion japanese, fashion full, fashion history, fashion city, fashion american"' name='keywords'/>
Please Click Here to Close

Silvie Koang LONDON COLLECTIONS: MEN'S… BOYS CLOTHES FOR GIRLS Friday, January 10, 2014 Posted by Bethan Holt, Junior Fashion Editor at Large "Since women borrow from men's wardrobes all the time, that men should borrow... 5

LONDON COLLECTIONS: MEN'S… BOYS CLOTHES FOR GIRLS

Posted by Bethan Holt, Junior Fashion Editor at Large

"Since women borrow from men's wardrobes all the time, that men should borrow from women is, arguably a trend overdue", so wrote one of my favourite fashion writers, Laura Craik, of Burberry's AW14 menswear show in The Times. It's a brilliant observation and one that is particularly fitting in a week when it was not just Burberry silken scarves repping womenswear on the men's catwalks. There were also dresses (long and kaftan-like) at Christopher Shannon and Craig Green plus handbags and high heels at J.W Anderson. Aside from these obviously "feminine" style references though, there were so many clothes on show at LC:M which would make a woman just as happy as a man that it sort-of became the week in which girls-wanted-clothes-made-for-boys-inspired-by-girls. It's enough to make you think that there will surely be some point in the future when fashion is whatever sex you want it to be. In tribute to this, here are seven of my favourite looks from LC:M chosen because they would look gorgeous no matter what your sex.

1. E.TAUTZ

Incredible coat and genius copper/ red sheen combo.


2. JONATHAN SAUNDERS

A cricket jumper for winter and jazzy trousers


3. RICHARD NICOLL

Untucked shirt = way to break up the polish. Lovely shade of pink on the trouser stripe.


4. AGI & SAM

What a chic suit! Especially the flared crop of the trousers.


5. SIBLING

This year's Christmas jumper sorted already


6. NICOMEDE TALAVERA

Sporty, sci-fi sharpness from the Fashion East newbie.


7. J.W ANDERSON

Scruffed up sleeves and giant bangles look like a modern kind of elegant. Bag is very Celine.


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Copyright © Arty Farty Fashion Party

Template By: Arty Farty Fashion Party Sponsored By: Free For Download Themes