For this project, my aim was to use fashion as a tool to interpret the topical issues surrounding gender and sexuality, as fashion is the interface between the body and the public arena and through the way we present ourselves and how we perform masculinity and femininity. I am avoiding distinguishing specific gender roles according to the male sex, as instead I want to liberate young men’s sexuality and challenge gender conventions.
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