Going beyond unisex and onto genderless, from the binary to the fluid. The ideas of these traditional codes – what it means to dress as a man or as a woman – are slowly becoming inapplicable to the modern world. Wearers of fashion today don't need the labels of generations past to define their sexuality or style. Society stands to gain a lot from those who disregard these classical categories, those who fall between outdated stereotypes. Now is the time to forget 'effeminacy' and empower the next generation to have style conviction in contempt of gender expectations.
- Chelsea College of Art and Design
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