Androgyny: Lea T., Givenchy Campaign

One of the most interesting aspects of being a teenager last decade was the opportunity to experience fashion’s change of focus from gender-specific design to gender-bending fun and the many instances of androgyny that found their way from the runway to streetwear. The new austerity pushed things even further; androgyny is perfect for the clean-cut image that speaks of quality rather than flashiness. Needless to say, the new Givenchy campaign is the only thing that would have made sense in this context for the brand, and it’s a thing of beauty.

I honestly think this could not have gone better.

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