The well-known jean label recently collaborated with 'Candy Magazine,' a proud publication of transvestism, for this line of androgynous shirts. The collection features three button-up tops with details like bows, puffy sleeves and stone-washed denim patterns. Check out the featured gallery and see some of these interesting and cute styles.
Implications - The designer for the Acne line says that "the tension between male and female is what happens when you shift things around a bit." Many fashionistas have looked to their boyfriend's closets for clothing inspiration. With the 'Acne' transvestite shirts, there is no need for closet rummaging.