The Harper's Bazaar Vietnam 'Le Garcon' editorial embraces menswear-inspired outfits in the vein of Coco Chanel. By channeling the femininity of such androgynous looks instead of fully embracing their masculinity, there is an undeniable charm that would make both men and women indulge in a second look. A woman doesn't have to flaunt her curves in order to make a statement.
Styled by Ise White, the Harper's Bazaar Vietnam 'Le Garcon' editorial channels a retro glamor while also imbuing it with a modern edge. It stars model Mackenzie Drazan, who posed in studio against pink and gray backdrops. She was shot by photographer An Le wearing a variety of pantsuits, each one showing off a different silhouette alternative to the next. Hair stylist Elsa Canedo and makeup artist Renee Garnes were on beauty duty.
Harper's Bazaar Vietnam 'Le Garcon' Stars Mackenzie Drazan
1. Androgynous Fashion - The trend towards androgynous fashion can disrupt the traditional gender roles in fashion and open up a new market for more inclusive clothing and styling options.
2. Menswear-inspired Silhouettes - The rise in popularity of menswear-inspired silhouettes can pave the way for gender-neutral clothing lines that cater to both men and women's fashion preferences.
3. Retro-inspired Glamour - The resurgence of retro-inspired glamour in fashion can lead to innovative collaborations between fashion and beauty brands that tap into the nostalgia of consumers.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can capitalize on the trend towards androgynous fashion and gender-neutral clothing lines, as well as collaborate with beauty brands to create retro-inspired glamourous looks.
2. Beauty - The beauty industry can collaborate with fashion brands to create retro-inspired glamour looks, as well as create more gender-neutral beauty products that appeal to a wider market.
3. Photography - The photography industry can showcase androgynous fashion and retro-inspired glamour in innovative ways that reflect the diversity of modern fashion and beauty trends.