Dressing for fun

 

Suits, animal print and social play

 

All pictures courtesy of Blaine Agency

Photographer: Bo Lennert

Creative Director: Jesper Hentze

Model: Emil Kaas Jensen from Diva Models 

All clothes from: Herrernes Magasin

Words: Tue Elkjær

 
When I saw this shoot, I couldn’t help thinking about gender in fashion. Fashion is one of the few industries, where gay men and straight women are predominant and cis-gendered straight men are marginalized (unless they’re photographers or financial backers).

In binary-gendered-terms, fashion is often thought of as feminine.

But these days, new winds are blowing and fashion is more about social play and displaying social values, than demonstrating wealth or sexual organs (although fashion does have a history for sexual objectification). Protesting binary gender and the patriarchy is a big trend at the moment, with all biological genders and sexual identities borrowing (more) freely from each others wardrobe.

We applaud this movement. Fashion is after all about choosing what to wear and not about conformity.

So instead of saying a lot of odd things about menswear or give strange advice about how men should dress, we dedicate this editorial for anyone who like suits, animal print and social play.

Cheers, darlings.
 

Picture courtesy of Blaine Agency 

All clothes from Herrernes Magasin

 

Picture courtesy of Blaine Agency

All clothes from Herrernes Magasin

 

Picture courtesy of Blaine Agency

All clothes from Herrernes Magasin

 

Picture courtesy of Blaine Agency

All clothes from Herrernes Magasin

 

Picture courtesy of Blaine Agency

All clothes from Herrernes Magasin

 

Picture courtesy of Blaine Agency

All clothes from Herrernes Magasin

 

Picture courtesy of Blaine Agency

All clothes from Herrernes Magasin

 

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