RUNWAY / New forms, new womenswear

I adore women who opt to wear tailored classics.
Not really the tomboy chic sort of dressing but
the androgyny that Kawakubo and Yamamoto exalted to the world
 and in this case Anderson's take on

It's not even androgyny. Deeper, more organic .
It's kinda multi-dimensional. It's menswear-ish but it sexualizes the women's form further.
Bordering between celebrating womenswear and shedding it's softness.
I love dissecting the elements: The coat with a big obi geisha-ish belt ,
 the tromp l'oeil bra sweater , the apron skirt .

The greatness of it all creates an array of newness to womenswear!

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