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Nissa Quanstrom's 'Green Streets' is Eccentric & Eco-Chic

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published:   Updated: Jul 4 2011 • References: dripbook & behance.net
We've all seen floral fascinators and hair accessories for women, but Nissa Quanstrom's 'Green Streets' shoot turns the tables and lets men wear flowers on their faces as well.

Floral arrangements play a huge role in Nissa Quanstrom's 'Green Streets,' where they serve as hair accessories, masks and shoulder wraps. It's a curious juxtaposition between feminine floral accessories and male models. Check out the full series of photos above.

Implications - Androgynous fashion designs address the growing desire to blur the line between the sexes and promote gender equality. Products that have an androgynous nature to them will appeal to this broad consumer base and contribute to the struggle for equality.

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