Gender Fluid Fashion Is The Future. Here’s How Menswear Is Changing

by MR Magazine Staff

You’ve probably noticed there’s been quite a furore around the outfits Ezra Miller has been wearing for the Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald promotional tour. Sure, his Moncler dress-cum-puffer jacket and angelic Big Bird get ups made Miller look bonkersly brilliant, but they also signified something we’ve known for some time: that the face of contemporary fashion is changing. What Miller has done (in addition to ripping up the red carpet rule book) is cast light on the fact that it’s never been more acceptable for men to dress with more feminine flair. And it isn’t just Miller who is doing it. Jaden Smith is a stalwart for the changing times, recently shunning trousers in favour of a pleated skirt (something our very own Fashion Director Luke Day has also recently done) and even sporting a full womenswear look for Louis Vuitton’s Spring/Summer 2016 campaign. Then more recently, actor Tommy Dorfman blurred the lines when he wore a school girl skirt and blazer to the 2018 MTV Movie Awards. Read more at GQ.