Fashion doesn’t care if you’re a male or a female.
more brands and designers are committed to erase the gender barrier in their
creations. Nowadays, there is a generation that no longer wonders if a
particular garment is masculine or feminine, since the line that divides the
gender seems to be extremely small. This new generation has assimilated the
codes of true freedom by assuming that any man can wear women’s clothes and
genderless, defined as “without gender” is nothing more than a unisex
fashion reference, introduced in the 80’s, which allows both women and men the
freedom to dress as they wish without depending on for whom it is intended. In
favour of the ambiguity of form and style, the genderless tendency arises, with
more and more presence as both in the catwalk and in our wardrobes. Neutral and
minimalist designs, with strong attitude and personality, that border on
androgyny and seek a turn from the traditional concept of the industry to end
are not only talking about genderless but the term queer is also a term that
has gained strength in recent years. Inspired by the lesbian-gay community
that, apart from any canon of classification, seeks to express its own vision
of its style, always betting on feminine elements and striking details. Within
this tendency, which for many is not new, come into play questions that have to
do with politics, society and culture. Buying with conscience what makes us
feel comfortable and free. Because in the end, everything is reduced to
feelings and sensations that a garment gives us to be able to transmit and
express what we feel.
likes androgyny, but it goes beyond aesthetic games and simple transgression.
For many people it acts as a medium to express what is, perhaps, a more
transcendent element: their identity. But what happens when that identity does
not correspond to their biological characteristics? Sex and gender go hand in
hand? Sex has to do with the biology of the individual. It includes the body’s
genetic makeup, hormones, and sexual organs. On the other hand, gender is
related to the roles and behaviours that each society historically installs
depending on its sex. In other words, gender is based on a social construction
that depends on ideas and expectations. But even today, we confuse sex with gender
and sexual orientation with gender identity.
This fashion ﬁlm aims to dismantle the labels within the current society. A woman can wear a masculine suit but what happens when a man dresses in feminine garments? Why in this society can’t we wear what we really want without fear of what others will say? Why in this society being a man is better seen than being a woman? Where is the youthful rebellion, the adherence to subcultures and the nonconformity that we have been fighting so much for decade after decade?