London Trend Week has historically solely been aimed toward ladies, however seven of the key catwalk exhibits this season have combined in menswear.
Added to that, we have seen males modelling ladies’s put on, unisex clothes manufacturers and androgynous designs that may work on anybody.
It looks as if British vogue goes by a gender revolution in the meanwhile.
Newsbeat meets the designers main the way in which.
J. W. Anderson
Irish-born designer Jonathan Anderson began his J. W. Anderson model as menswear in 2008, earlier than launching his first ladies’s assortment two years later.
He designs with the concept that males can borrow garments from ladies and vice versa.
“It is one thing that we play with every season, this concept,” he tells Newsbeat backstage at his London Trend Week present.
“We’ll do a mac on a man and a mac on a girl. They’re the identical factor, however on a person and a girl they will imply various things.”
Picture caption J. W. Anderson used androgynous appears to be like in each his males’s and ladies’s collections
Anderson is seen by many within the vogue world as a pioneer for taking this unisex strategy years in the past.
Though he now presents his ladies’s and menswear collections individually, he says he would not wish to dictate who ought to put on what.
“I may give you an thought of how I see it on each a person and a girl, however I am not going to inform you if it is for a person or a girl.”
The creative director of Diesel, and founding father of the unisex vary Nicopanda, Nicola Formichetti was additionally Girl Gaga’s stylist for 3 years (sure, he was chargeable for the meat costume).
“Trend has at all times been about mixing gender, however now it is turning into such a problem,” he tells Newsbeat.
“Now there are merchandise like denims and hoodies and navy jackets which might be turning into very very unisex.”
He thinks designers have a “responsibility” to create garments that each gender can really feel snug in.
“We’ve got a voice and we have to use it.”
The traditionalist making adjustments
Julien Macdonald’s sequin-studded ball robes are a favorite with a few of the world’s most glamorous ladies, together with Beyonce and Gigi Hadid.
So it shocked some within the vogue world when he launched a menswear assortment in 2015.
And at this London Trend Week, male fashions walked alongside ladies in tight-fitting sequin jackets and lycra bodysuits – appears to be like that may historically be thought of very female.
He says males have gotten extra snug experimenting with the way in which they costume.
Picture caption Julien Macdonald escorts Canadian mannequin Winnie Harlow down the catwalk
“We dwell in a metrosexual group,” he tells Newsbeat.
“Whenever you see your girlfriend going out in an incredible costume, you suppose, ‘I wish to look simply nearly as good as you,’ so males do wish to have enjoyable.
Picture caption Julien Macdonald featured women and men collectively on his catwalk
“No one cares for those who look camp or homosexual – you realize what? Now all people’s acquired a combined group of associates. It would not matter.”
The brand new technology
Robert Sanders and Oliver Thame
Robert and Oliver are each menswear designers who introduced their debut collections as a part of the Central Saint Martins MA present at London Trend Week.
Robert Sanders, 25, makes use of layers of recycled material to create tunics, skirts and shorts that drape over the fashions in an androgynous method.
“I grew up dressing up in my mum’s garments, and getting unfavourable suggestions off folks,” he tells Newsbeat.
Picture caption Newsbeat chatted to Robert backstage
Picture caption Robert Sanders’ assortment featured skirts
Picture caption A glance from Robert Sanders’s assortment
Oliver Thame’s assortment featured daring clashing prints, and tops with reduce outs that exposed the torsos of his male fashions.
“I introduced it on males, however I really feel prefer it might’ve been simply as properly introduced on ladies,” says the 25-year-old.
Picture caption Oliver Thame backstage
“I feel at the present time, is there actually such a factor as gender particular vogue?”
Picture caption Oliver Thame used draped materials and reduce outs