The Antonio Bizarro Fall/Winter 2012 Collection Makes Skirts Manly

 - Jan 16, 2012
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In this new collection of Antonio Bizarro menswear for Fall/Winter 2012, the designer takes androgynous looks to new levels by incorporating typically femine details and garments into this diverse range. Skirts, long silhouettes, chunky jewelry, and slouchy modern tailoring all serve as examples of how this label is blurring gender norms that we associate with clothing, while pointed, cowboy-inspired shoes and structured tailoring give this avant-garde range of monochromatics a masculine edge.

Worn by some pretty tough-looking models, who are sporting black makeup smudged onto their faces to give them a down and dirty appearance, the designer only intensifies the comparison between masculine and feminine more. The clothing itself, however, is created in such a way that it doesn’t look out of place on the models showcasing it. So if you’re looking for a hipper, more rock and roll style next fall, then you should invest in some new pieces from the Antonio Bizarro collection.