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the boys want to be like the girls at lc:m

Two days into LC:M and a trend is already emerging… and this one is borrowed straight from the girls. Sheer croptops, check! Skirts, no problem. Not just limited to the more conceptual designers, the trend has seeped into the collections of the capital, from established players to streetwear brands alike. Never has the idea of unisex uniformity transcended to the Menswear runways as for spring/summer 15.

Text Lynette Nylander
Photography Mitchell Sams

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  • astrid andersen

    A sheer croptop? And why not! A guy needs to feel supported too, and paired with a kimono and oversized shorts this look from Astrid Andersen is powerful and decidedly street.


    Astrid Andersen spring/summer 15

  • KTZ

    Granted, with accompanying ab-embossed breast plate, this is as masculine as a skirt can get, but KTZ is still there proving the trend is open for all the buff-bodied boys out there.



  • j.w. anderson

    Items that are easily interchangeable between men and women have long been a central theme of Mr. Anderson’s collection and this season looks to be no different with cable knit scooped cardis that make the idea of boyfriend dressing easier than ever.


    j.w. anderson spring/summer 15

  • christopher shannon

    Girls have long appreciated the oversized t-shirt as a one-stop shop in time-poor dressing but paired with CAT chunky boots, and a clutch bag, Shannon did one for the lads!


    Christopher Shannon spring/summer 15

  • agi & sam

    A cool, crisp white smock coupled with the controversial socks and sandals combo and indie-girl bob to match. Agi & Sam have created 2015’s new look!


    agi & sam