For his second ready-to-wear collection for Maison Margiela, John Galliano did not shy away from being subversive. The designer made an unusual pairing of ’50s-era silhouettes and traditional Japanese detailing—think cropped car coats, feminine dresses, and obi sashes—but as is usually the case with him, it worked.
However, the most notable moment came when he sent a few male models down the runway wearing the intricate ladylike clothes. If that's not an endorsement for genderless fashion, we're not sure what is.
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