Men's Fashion Trends by Hello Sailor TMH
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W hen he was studying at Central Saint Martins, London, in the late 00s, Craig Green wrote his dissertation on the adoption of gay style subcultures by straight men. In the preceding decades, perfumed dandies, dilly boys, mods, skins, clones , new romantics, scallies , fierce vogueing divas and muscle Marys had all been sieved out of their natural habitat on to the high street for brief moments of mass consumption. But by the time Green — currently reigning menswear designer of the year at the British fashion awards — was weighing up his thesis, things had changed. A reciprocal shared wardrobe, common across menswear emerged.
The first designers to define fashion as we know it, whose names still pack a powerful branding punch and mean millions of dollars in sales, were gay men: Cristobal Balenciaga, Christian Dior, and Yves Saint Laurent. Even Coco Chanel is basically a myth propagated by Karl Lagerfeld. The tradition continues to this day: in a poll , the Business of Fashion found that across the four major fashion weeks in Europe and the United States, only
Frank: As a general rule, I don't wear anything that looks like wallpaper from my grandmother's home. The only reason I would wear this is if I were a florist who loved to dress like a complete asshole. Charles: This is a whole lot of look, but I have to say, I at least like the idea of florals on men. Men who aren't me, that is. Frank: I guess this is handy if you ever need to strap yourself to the side of a ship being pelted by tidal waves and want to look good doing it.