Androgyny is a fashion now in luxury brands

Alessandro Michele led by accessories designer Gucci’s design team, they came up with a strong statement: Androgyny is in. Brand re-casting all models, and for the brand set a new creative direction. In the SS2016 Milan Fashion Week, Gucci men’s show to break the traditional gender boundaries, the use of long hair, fine style: foppish bow blouses, scarlet lace and cut the sleeve coat. Hermaphrodite seems to occupy a central position.
Michele’s statement on sexuality is notably more romantic. “A dreamy ambiguity pulsates throughout,” Gucci stated,


Miuccia Prada also raised her view of gender issues, including Prada’s Fall 2015 men’s collection and the look of women’s fall. Putting gender dialogue on the runway, which is the core of the dialogue between LGBT and feminist causes, is “the perfect moment to analyze this question in greater depth to measure the gender sharing that they take from each other,” Miuccia Prada said in a press release .


In contrast, Giorgio Armani has also exhibited a touch and a comfortable collection in autumn / winter 2015. He uses neutral colors, soft and hard suitable fabric, designed for men and women are suitable for wearing styles.





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