Gender boundaries are very thin today. If it weren't for a few suits, we would think that Dior, the leading fashion house in Miami, presented us with one of their magnificent ladies' collections, but we'd be wrong… Yep, that's right, these pieces belong in the wardrobe of your husbands and boyfriends! And which hot trends can you look forward to?
Gentlemen, one of these pieces should definitely be part of all your outfits in the next autumn season. The less brave can bet on an elegant and minimalist black beret with the Dior logo, the fearless fashion trend pioneers can go for a flowered hat.
All the hard work on leg press you've put in last year will finally come to fruition. Next autumn, you can expect not only the popular slims, which have been in the limelight for what seems like eternity, but newly also leather or metallic shorts to be an absolute hit. Who cares that not even the majority of women are brave enough to have such items in their wardrobe - Dior isn't afraid to go all in, and it's a good call!
What kind of fashion show would it be if the popular Saddle bag didn't make an appearance? The iconic handbag finally has a men's version, and so we could admire a variety pieces adorned with snake patterns, flowers or monograms at the Miami show.
Many people despise them, but fashion designers love them. We mean, of course, socks in sandals. Forget about prejudices and draw inspiration from the luxury brand Dior. Bet on contrast - colorful socks and metallic silver sandals.
Wow! We fell in love with the beige wool coat and stylish turtleneck at first sight; these luxurious pieces should not be missing in the closet of any stylish man.
I've recently read somewhere that there are already dozens of different genders and sexual orientations. I'm old school and firmly believe there are only guys and gals. And then lesbians and gays. I'm quite cool with that. But Dior blurrs all the distinctions. On the one hand, they pleased me with their new collection, on the other hand they scared the Hell out of me. I honestly thought it was a collection for women, but it turns out it's not...
Okay, it's nice to be able to borrow something to wear from your boy every now and then, like a shirt. It's his size, which means "oversize" for me, and it is stylish and cool. However, these pieces may be stylish, but I definitely don't want to see them in my boyfriend's closet. The neighbour's kid can have them, but not my boyfriend. Dior simply doesn't think a man should look like a man. And he forced handsome young models into female clothes.
My best friend's daughter has recently fallen in love with cute hats decorated with flowers. And she's currently very much into Alice in Wonderland. I think the designer himself must have taken a trip to the Wonderland. Hippies from the sixties might have cheered about this, but somehow I can't imagine people showing the same excitement in 2020. Besides, the cap looks totally ridiculous on this guy. It also seems to be a spring model, not an autumn one.
Let's hope that summer will last until December next year, because otherwise whoever decides to purchase these cute shorts will have problems with their knees due to frozen cartilages. Moreover, animal patterns evoke the feeling of cheapness to me. I recently saw a hot stripper at the pole. She was wearing the exact same model.
I always pity the guys who can't seem to find a place to put their cell phone, wallet and car keys. Because men don't carry handbags. Never, under any circumstances. That's why my guy keeps losing things, and when he's with me, he stuffs it all into my bag, whatever its size. Good thing that Dior has solved this global problem once and for all!
Many years have passed since world designers first noticed the Czech phenomenon - socks in sandals. I am really pleased and excited that this trend refuses to die. Sandals are extremely comfortable, but if you're not wearing socks in them, your feet will easily blister. I applaud the fashion house for spreading our culture to the whole world. Czechs should stop being ashamed and become a proud nation of nasty white socks in cheap sandals instead.