THE FUTURE IS FLUID
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Inclusivity and sustainability have been runway constants for a while now, but co-ed collections have swiftly become the norm in fashion. It is all about breaking boundaries in genderless clothing…
AMISHA SHIRGAVE

WOMEN HAVE QUITE evolved or I’ll say have beyond marvelled when it comes to fashion and clothing. They have broken almost every stereotype that existed related to fashion. It is truly amazing to see women rock every outfit regardless the boundaries that society has for them. A woman can effortlessly look gorgeous in any and every outfit she chooses to wear. But is it the same when it comes to men? I mean, I’m sure men would look great in every outfit too, but why don’t men want to wear the outfit of their choice, and by their choice I mean outfits that are defined as ‘too feminine which have not been normalised yet?

I believe that fashion is for everyone. The young, the old, the middle-aged and infants regardless their gender. The Gen Z is taking a leap every second of every day, normalising ideologies and letting people live with their rights that are basic and were either considered a taboo or were differentiated based upon various factors. But if we’re being honest, fashion is still divided into two genders. There are people who find and dare to have an opinion about a woman dressed too manly or a man dressed too feminine. Really? Who even set the rules as to what looks more male-like or female-like? Who even decided genders for clothes in the first place? Gender-neutral clothing is clothing that is not defined by the male/female binary; it is a fashion approach that encompasses of all genders.

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