Articles tagged with "Olly Alexander"
British Newspaper, Mail Online reports on Olly Alexander's (Years & Years, It's a Sin) performance at Harris Reed's Fashion in Motion show back in March of 2022.
At 5ft 9in already, adding towering platform heels to his outfit only added to his stature. Olly follows an ever growing trend of music artists, such as Lenny Kravitz, Lil Nas X and Damiano David (Maneskin) stepping out in heels, simultaneously challenging gender norms, providing representation and visibility for gender non-conforming folks.
When questioned about a potential second series of "It's a Sin", Olly suggested that the writer, Russell T Davies, would be busy with writing for Doctor Who, but he didn't entirely rule out a tie-up between himself and a part in Doctor Who.
Posted: 18 December 2022
The TheIndusty.fashion website explores the reasons why more men are shopping in the women's department.
From the article:
"This increasing band of fashion-forward men are purchasing larger sizes in feminine womenswear and thanks to celebrities like Harry Styles and Lil Nas X, and designers like Marc Jacobs, men now have the “permission” to buy and wear womenswear as their own. From clothing to accessorises, these men are buying what they like, regardless of where is comes from, just as long as it fits."
“Where I’d like to see it trickle down more is the high street. I think certain brands are afraid of looking too feminine which could potentially ward off their key shopper, but I think that’s the beauty of online shopping there’s a space for everyone,” says Hobbs.
“THIS IS NOT A TREND. I REPEAT, THIS IS NOT A TREND,” says Glazin. “It's not something I just jumped on the bandwagon with, it's really because I want more out of my wardrobe. And I think I speak for every man who does the same. I truly think brands need to have more unisex sections in stores, there doesn't need to be segregated sections!” he says.
“As there’s a wave of more gender fluidity, there’s also less pressure to stick to clothing made for your gender. Womenswear has always had a lot more styles, shapes, fabrics, colours etc. so when considering the options it makes sense that some men are opting for more expressive pieces,”
"Clothing doesn’t reflect people’s sexuality anymore. The vast range of new role models has promoted an attitude of inclusivity."
Posted: 10 December 2022