Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele says wearing ‘feminine’ outfits like skirts and dresses helps men crush gender stereotypes and express themselves

Gucci’s creative director has claimed men are turning to ‘flamboyant and feminine’ outfits to express their ‘freedom’ and crush gender stereotypes. 

Alessandro Michele, 49, has been credited for bringing gender fluid fashion to the catwalk since he started spearheading Gucci’s revamp in 2015. 

The Fashion Week darling told the Times he loves to see men using colourful and flamboyant outfits, including skirt or dresses to question the concept of masculinity. Read more at Daily Mail.