Why Womenswear Brands Are Getting Into Menswear — And Whether It’s A Good Thing

by MR Magazine Staff

As if men don’t have enough already, one of fashion’s biggest trends as of late involves a burgeoning market of womenswear designers entering the menswear fold. There’s heavy-hitters like Celine, which in January released its first men’s collection in the brand’s 74-year history under creative director Hedi Slimane, and Prabal Gurung, which debuted its first men’s collection in September 2018 after nearly a decade in business. A month later, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s The Row debuted their very first men’s collection. Simon Porte Jacquemus unveiled his first menswear collection in a seaside cove along the outskirts of Marseille four months ago, and it’s quickly become an industry favorite. Read more at Fashionista.