Genderless is the future of fashion – Lifestyle



When Patti Smith wore a men’s shirt with a slung jacket for the Horses cover in 1975, perceptions changed. When Kurt Cobain performed in dresses in the 1990s, it challenged notions of masculinity. Decades later, as countless personalities and designers have taken the discourse of dressing without the confining of gender limitations further, is the idea still as radical as it once was? Today more than ever, brands and customers are turning to genderless clothing. Although it has not yet reached the point of normality, more and more people are more and more open to accepting the freedom when it comes to the way they dress. Chloe Clau, 29, is a model known for her flowy looks. She often presents feminine, masculine or intermediate looks. The aspect that interests him in fashion is to explore self-presentation without getting locked into …

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