Fashion and beauty have always been political. They are socially constructed languages that vary across time, culture, class, race, ethnicity, religion and gender, to name a few.
If you're in Austin this is something you don't want to miss.
New York recently wrapped its second ever standalone fashion week dedicated solely to showcasing American menswear. This sophomore season delivered some incredible talent and fresh faces breathing new life into the growing menswear market.
For too long masculine-presenting women, genderqueer people and transmen had to search for clothes in men's and boys departments, where all the clothes were cut to fashion industry norms of a male body: The shoulders drooped, the arms dangled, the chests and hips just didn't work.
An examination of how the fashion world intersects with queerness and evolving mainstream conceptions of gender.