Milan and Paris just wrapped their men’s shows for Fall 2010, and if there was one overarching statement it was this: Dear ladies, we are tired of you stealing our clothes. We’re taking yours. Thank you.
Rick Owens featured a liquid gold sleeveless top that, quit frankly, would look fantastic with the new pencil skirt I just bought; Burberry had a parade of chic fur peacoats; and John Galliano introduced something that looked like the male version of Spanx (shall we call them Manx?).
I get the instinct to take a little something from the people that have stolen so much from you over the last few years, but I’m not seeing the womenswear-on-men trend taking off anytime soon. Or, at least I hope it doesn’t?