Fashioning Masculinities at the V&A review: the future of men’s fashion is… frocks?

After tumultuous centuries of shifting men’s style, the message of the V&A’s mammoth new exhibition, Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear, seems simple: the future of menswear is genderless.

The exhibition, four years in the making, has seen co-curators Claire Wilcox and Rosalind McKever scavenge through viral moments, contemporary runway collections, and the V&A’s 100,000 garment-strong collection to bring together 100 outfits and 100 artworks to unpick the history of (Western, mostly) men’s dress and point in which direction we are headed today. Read more at Evening Standard.