Woman on top

Having it all no longer means we have to trade in our mystique for menswear.
Photographed by Cass Bird | Styled by Elissa Santisi

Womenswear, menswear: drawing a line between the two terms feels almost pointless and passé. In season, on trend, must-have, it-item—not the incantations of intersectionality-conscious crusaders. Gutsy, new takes on getting dressed are as straightforward as menswear for women. And, what do you know, anything he can do, she can do too.

Menswear-inspired pieces are reimagined in teeny-tiny tweeds for a defiantly optimistic kick. On Othilia: MIU MIU jacket and shorts, ANN MASHBURN shirt, BILLY! necklace (worn throughout), and stylist’s own earrings (worn throughout). Makeup by Romy Soleimani. Hair by Ward.

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He wears, she wears, we wear. LOUIS VUITTON jacket and pants, HUGO BOSS shirt, and GARRETT LEIGHT glasses.

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The masculine ease of looser, slouchier slacks turns out to be a real head-turner. JACQUEMUS men’s pants, vintage top courtesy of EARLY HALLOWEEN, MANOLO BLAHNIK shoes, and stylist’s own belt

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Quirky pairings--like a loose tank and corduroy pants—define urban cool. LOEWE coat, FRANCES DE LOURDES tank top, TODD SNYDER pants, and vintage cowboy hat.

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The season’s best blazer is boy-cut and boxy.
GUCCI jacket, KHAITE shorts, and HANES socks. RIGHT: Suit yourself—even if it’s all denim.
LEMAIRE jacket and jeans, vintage hat, and model’s own CONVERSE sneakers.

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Core basics: classic, old-fashioned silhouettes are made modern with smart reinterpretations. ALEXANDER MCQUEEN men’s jacket, CHURCH STREET SURPLUS vintage men’s shirt, B SIDES jeans, and stylist’s own belt.

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Personal expression is as effortless as a loosely-buttoned dress shirt.
CELINE jacket, shirt, and pants, and GARRETT LEIGHT sunglasses.
RIGHT: Tomboy femininity at its best. LEMAIRE jacket and vintage hat.

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