The Fujiwara Fall/Winter 2010 collection embraces fashion's last taboo: men in skirts. Guiliana Fujiwara and Gareth Pugh advocate the appropriation of feminine attire with floor-sweeping, pleated affairs worn with black layers and high-tops that are very much removed of all female connotations.
Referencing samurai warriors, Japanese hakamas and dhotis, this theme comes with a longstanding tradition. Technically Pugh's skirt consists of super wide legged trousers, but the effect is the same. See more shots of the Fujiwara Fall/Winter 2010 above.
Ankle-Length Men's Skirts
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