This Year In Fashion: The ‘Man Dress’

This Year In Fashion: The ‘Man Dress’

Male Dresses
Male models wearing dresses

Welcome to our new gender-fluid, non-binary, demasculinized image of what a “Man” should be in today’s world.

Men can now look forward to a liberated future of wearing dresses. Fashion designer Alejandro Gomez Palomo of Spain is helping to rush in this new “era”.

According to the 25-year-old Palomo, whose public appearance looks as if Dracula spent a weekend at Liberace’s house, gender fluidity and pansexual styles is a way of life he hopes that future men can share.

Male models wearing dresses

In an interview, Palomo likened his fashion revolution to the ones ushered by Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent in the 20th century.

“Chanel liberated women (after WWI) by dressing them in male fabrics like tweed,” Palomo said. “And when Yves Saint Laurent put women in dinner jackets it was an absolute revolution. I am doing the opposite.”

Palomo typically has his male models in plunging necklines with “transparent dresses embroidered with pearls and sequins,” according to Yahoo News.

“It all comes naturally to me,” said Palomo.

Celebrities who have worn Palomo’s work include Beyonce and Miley Cyrus, making him a formidable force in the fashion world.

The fashion designer emphasizes the Man Dress is “liberation” rather than some insertion of LGBT culture into the masculine.

1474279666_534190_1474285654_noticia_normalIn my opinion, as a woman, I’m a bit frightened that Western society is pushing males in this direction while we are simultaneously being attacked on so many fronts.