The media portrays androgyny by contrasting a person's body with garments that are strongly associated by opposite gendered bodies: such as a hyper-masculine man in lingerie or short skirts.
For my collection Desexualised Androgyny, I want to refine this back to detract from the wearer’s body, and create everyday street wear that isn’t perceived as conforming to any gender stereotypes.
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