The fashion industry has long since been dominated by marketing to women. Now that men have exploded into the luxury apparel scene, designers have been scrambling to meet the sudden need... but they're all used to designing for women. This leads to couture calamities like pink skirts and floral decorations for men – they're still trying to design for their female clientèle!
Hard on the heels of Raf Simons on Wednesday, designers spurned overly masculine looks in favour of feminine silhouettes on day three of the men's collections for spring/summer 2014.
At South Korea's juun.j, models sporting lipstick and slicked down hair, wore a string of unisex designs such as oversized sheer shirts and tiny shorts teamed with tailored jackets in white and royal blue.
Accessories included oversized loop earrings and handbag-style gold lame ipad holders.
Henrik Vibskov continued the trend with a print dress, wrap skirt and black mini-dress worn over shorts. (Read More)