As humans are becoming more accepting of each other's sexual preferences, androgynous fashion is becoming increasingly widespread, perhaps as a celebration of this progression. The understanding that people should be accepted as humans and not strictly labeled based on their gender preferences is being explored and embraced in art, fashion and marketing.
Not only are there a noticeable amount of gender-bending fashion editorials, but a lot of them are taken in black and white. The monochromatic style suits the ambiguous nature of the androgynous fashion style, while also creating aesthetically intriguing images.
These photo shoots features a blend of make-up, bob cuts and rather futuristic clothing pieces that are suitable for both genders, and that de-emphasizes female body parts.
54 Monochromatic Gender-Bending Editorials
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From Angelic Androgynous Fashion to Boyish Biker Shoots
Published: Mar 20, 2013