The Paul Nathaphol Spring/Summer 2014-15 Features Feminine Elements

By: Jana Pijak - Published: May 10, 2014 • References: &
While androgyny has made a huge impact on the world of fashion in recent years, the Paul Nathaphol Spring/Summer 2014/2015 collection approaches the fad in a new and unexpected way.

Muscular models are not always associated with androgynous fashion, made famous more recently by model chameleon Andrej Pejic, who is often booked for feminine campaigns and editorials. In this case, designer Paul Nathaphol dresses his muscular and more traditionally masculine models in patterned garments that are cut using feminine silhouettes.

Pairing a sleeveless silk top with a jewel-encrusted choker, the designer creates one of the night's most memorable looks that is modelled by a buff and masculine model. This look and others by the designer are presented in a kaleidoscope of rainbow hues that bring their stunning silk material to life. Stats for Gender-Bending Print Fashions Trending: Older & Buzzing
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