The Evolution of Androgyny in fashion


the launch of YSL’s haute couture house and the creation of ‘Le Smoking’ were in 1966 and not 1996:p as I said in the video. sorry for the little mistake:-)

4 thoughts on “The Evolution of Androgyny in fashion”

  1. They don’t have to be both male and female. I’m androgynous and I identify as female. My girlfriend is very small compared to me and she has long hair while I have extremely short hair. People do mistake me for a male. I’ve been called a male ruby rose if someone didn’t know I was female.

  2. Thank you… I'd never really looked much into the history of androgyny in clothing 🙂 It's really nice to see that the fight for androgyny isn't just a generational fad, but a statement of personality

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