The Interview Magazine Men's Tailoring editorial displays models Connor Stanley and Judson Harmon in the most womanly of manners. The two are showcased while clad in see-through lace tops and sparkly loafers, a product of stylist Karl Templer's visionary approach to fashion.
Photographer Craig McDean was called on for Men's Tailoring. It was he who captured Stanley and Harmon's every motion as they danced in front of the black, red and white backdrops. Templer's inclusion of vibrant red and blonde-hued hair furthered the feminine theme that was picked up on in McDean's snapshots, though this was perhaps best driven home by the strappy shoes and backless blazers. In any case, Stanley and Harmon have pushed modeling boundaries here.
The Men's Tailoring Photoshoot is Markedly Womanly
1. Gender-blurring Fashion - Opportunity for brands to disrupt traditional menswear by blurring the lines between masculinity and femininity.
2. Androgynous Styling - Opportunity to explore and promote a more gender-neutral approach to fashion, catering to a broader range of consumers.
3. Unconventional Masculinity - Opportunity to redefine traditional notions of masculinity in fashion, embracing diversity and individuality.
1. Fashion Retail - Fashion retailers can capitalize on the increased demand for gender-blurring and androgynous clothing styles in their collections.
2. Photography - Photographers can explore unique concepts and styles that challenge traditional gender norms, resulting in impactful and thought-provoking visual content.
3. Modeling Agency - Modeling agencies have the opportunity to represent a diverse range of models who challenge societal stereotypes of masculinity, offering new and unique talent to clients.