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  1. #101

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    Rick Owens Spring/Summer 2010


  2. #102

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  3. #103

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    It has too look more real, not a travesti of something established: fashion is only an extension of the social situation of men, women and of classes in a given period, which in its turn is but a consequence of economical and political foundations of that given era... bloomers were not for the mid-XIXth century, no matter how hard tried Amelia, and the reform dress movement did not really make sense until WWI and all the political consequences brought with themselves the flapper fashion that is at the very foundation of today's female fashion.
    Since that was not done for male fashion, which had undergone some minimal changes BEFORE that period, and the reform basically consisted in dispensing with minor accessories like the stiff collar, or reducing the mandatory different sort of suits for a single day (that is why today the formal dress for weddings is called morning suit), what we are dealing with after a whole century is basically, literally, a fossile.
    I agree - no way in hell are the back room boys going to wear anything else except suits - that they've lived their lives in - for a long long time.

    Women or actresses for example Jane Fonda even in her 70s has to wear different dresses and gets compared with other younger women.

    The old (or even young) men in power aren't going to give up their comfortable situation of not having to decide what to wear to an event or have their bodies and taste compared with other men.

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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by carey579 View Post
    I agree - no way in hell are the back room boys going to wear anything else except suits - that they've lived their lives in - for a long long time.

    Women or actresses for example Jane Fonda even in her 70s has to wear different dresses and gets compared with other younger women.

    The old (or even young) men in power aren't going to give up their comfortable situation of not having to decide what to wear to an event or have their bodies and taste compared with other men.
    It would be so great if that had actually anything to do with "female empowerment" but, sadly, it is all about tickling female vanity while giving male chauvinist pigs something to drool over, while perpetuating the specific and servile role of women with respect to men: females are allowed to be sexy and bossy , as long as they are playing according to the rules given out by males... and not even all males agree with that allowance... not even all women themselves!
    The cultural fad of the XXth century, from the 1920s until the end of the next decade, has been that of youth, and youth has always been that which has been identified more closely with females: so women were forced into the standard of keeping themselves young and beautiful, even far beyond what was always recognized as biologically possible, by submitting themselves to the physical exertion and the frugality that males did not want to take for themselves... that is why you see very attractive and fit men decay at the age when their female partners take their over their appearance from where their men left it, and die as the pale reflection of one male, as a whiff or a sigh or a human shape, while males end up as the gross caricature of all men: a burp or a fart.

    That reference you made to male shapes being caressed and enhanced by fashions..: male and female bodies are not that different, and in the last century the female form that has been chosen was that of a tranny boy, so the logical consequence for maintaining that artificial difference in appearance is blurring the male body and making it disappear altogether under the clothing... either that, or exposing him like a jungle monkey or Tarzan, in a way impossible for females because of the nipple taboo, and because, without any support from fashion, female body, especially that impossible androgyne that is still the standard today, can not stand by itself as a naked hunk can do.
    Last edited by belamo; June 15th, 2014 at 02:54 PM.

  5. #105

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    ...The cultural fad of the XXth century, from the 1920s until the end of the next decade, has been that of youth...
    yes. we are living in an infantocracy. scientists and intellectuals are shunned. we are dumbed down children.

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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    yes. we are living in an infantocracy. scientists and intellectuals are shunned. we are dumbed down children.
    Whatever would scientists and intellectuals have to do out there in the big circus of the world? They could not be appreciated but by being dumbed down, and in fact those who aspire to be scientists and thinkers are doing so in order to survive... those with real talent just live along...

  7. #107

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    ... and in the last century the female form that has been chosen was that of a tranny boy... a naked hunk ...
    I cannot bear tranny boys! I want naked hunks on the catwalk!

  8. #108

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  9. #109

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    Dries Van Noten Spring/Summer 2011


  10. #110

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    Backstage At Parke & Ronen Spring/Summer 2013


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  12. #112

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    Dries Van Noten Spring/Summer 2014


  13. #113

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    David Gandy At Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2009


  14. #114

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    ^
    I know that one boring but I like the garment

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  16. #116

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    Female fashion has not merely adapted what was traditionally male clothing, it has appropriated it: now virtually anything is supposed to suit females, not because it actually fits female bodies, but because there is a social conviction that it is appropriate and "feminine", while mere good coats and white shirts are not for males anymore, and we are supposed to make do with stupid sports jacket for racing and the like, and with checkered plaid shirts...

    So this could be perfectly female, and they are supposed to look "effeminate", not for the hair or attitude, or even the way they wear it, but for merely wearing it, because the manly way of wearing that is looking as if they were not wearing those clothes, but merely covering the bodies Attachment 1050076

    if a man wears what is accepted as male fashion, but does not use it merely for HIDING his body for the neck down, he is considered feminine, and those wanting to go against that established rule, like the above posted, do it in a silly "revolutionary" way that passes for "feminine": that is why I said in my previous post that what must be done is to rethink and redefine male shape and fashion as was done with female over ninety years ago.
    Exactly and any new development in menswear is going to be called feminine/effeminate or even gay (as the stereotype for us is feminine) because women/womenswear has a monopoly in fashion. They have worn every design ever imagined by the human mind.

  17. #117

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    It would be so great if that had actually anything to do with "female empowerment" but, sadly, it is all about tickling female vanity while giving male chauvinist pigs something to drool over, while perpetuating the specific and servile role of women with respect to men: females are allowed to be sexy and bossy , as long as they are playing according to the rules given out by males... and not even all males agree with that allowance... not even all women themselves!
    The cultural fad of the XXth century, from the 1920s until the end of the next decade, has been that of youth, and youth has always been that which has been identified more closely with females: so women were forced into the standard of keeping themselves young and beautiful, even far beyond what was always recognized as biologically possible, by submitting themselves to the physical exertion and the frugality that males did not want to take for themselves... that is why you see very attractive and fit men decay at the age when their female partners take their over their appearance from where their men left it, and die as the pale reflection of one male, as a whiff or a sigh or a human shape, while males end up as the gross caricature of all men: a burp or a fart.
    I agree - maybe when the women first stopped wearing corsets and long skirts that were impractical it did 'empower' them - but not today.


    'Now, as I also said in Fashion is a Feminist Issue: There are some very sexist reasons for this. Women are valued largely as ornaments, sex objects, and baby-makers. So we’re expected to make ourselves into nice-looking ornaments, and desirable sex objects. Women routinely have to spend more money, and more time, to make ourselves visually presentable and fit society’s basic expectations of grooming… and that’s more true the higher up you get in status and income. Shoes for women that are considered dressy and attractive are mostly shoes that are uncomfortable and can injure your feet in the long run. And of course, women get caught in a very nasty double bind with all this. If we aren’t successful at fitting society’s beauty standards, we’re dismissed as ugly and boring; if we do manage to meet society’s beauty standards, we get dismissed as dumb, shallow bimbos. We’re valued for our looks, encouraged and indeed pressured to make ourselves beautiful and ornamental… and are then derided as shallow and vain for doing so.'

  18. #118

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  19. #119

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    Noah Mills At Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2009

    I like how that gun pendant rests between his sexy tanned pecs




  20. #120

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    And now look at this - the girls can wear ANYTHING.



    And the boys are still stuck in the last century.

    You know there's a sexy body behind those ugly suits. So many gorgeous men's beauty wasted throughout history without reaching their full potential/appreciated as they should be.

    Even an unattractive woman will look better (or at least get attention) than an attractive man because of fashion. When will the time come when the women are not cometeing just with themselves but the men as well!


  21. #121

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    What I find frustrating as I've said earlier is that most gay designers are so conservative when it comes to menswear and their own style which is the exact opposite of what they do with women's fashion.

    I wish these queens would stop with the - 'You look fabulous gurl!' and start doing something about menswear. I used to believe in the theory that most men just don't care about fashion but not anymore.

    http://bereniceteh90.hubpages.com/hu...-Victorian-Age

    Is it any wonder why far fewer men take an interest in fashion than women? Think of it this way: Suppose, hypothetically speaking there are two people, Person A and Person B. Person A is allowed to eat a wide and interesting variety of cuisines, ranging from Western to Asian to Middle Eastern, depending on whichever food takes his or her fancy and mood. On the other hand, Person B is only allowed to eat one particular dish, regardless of whether he or she enjoys it or not. Which of these 2 individuals in question is more likely to take an avid interest in food? In other words, while women have an almost carte blanche range of self-expression with regard to fashion, men have been relegated to a rigidly defined set of acceptable appearances.


    PS ^ I hate that permanent smug face on Tom Ford
    Last edited by carey579; June 18th, 2014 at 05:15 PM.

  22. #122

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    Sexy outfit4today


  23. #123

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    Sruli Recht Spring/Summer 2012 - Cast By Shadows


  24. #124

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  25. #125

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    Daytime - Xander Zhou Spring/Summer 2014

    Without the neck thingy - IMO this coat is perfection



    Evening - Kay Kwok Spring/Summer 2014

    Does this look a bit - out there? Well it's hard finding (IMO) alternative eveningwear that's not a suit.

    Last edited by carey579; June 20th, 2014 at 01:45 PM.

  26. #126

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    Miguel Iglesias At Dsquared2 Spring/Summer 2012



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  27. #127

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    Wooyoungmi Spring/Summer 2011


  28. #128

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    Harry Goodwins At Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2014



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    Re: An outfit a day.

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    Sexy Outfit Of The Day

    Harry Goodwins At Vivienne Westwood Spring/Summer 2014



    Back View



    Backstage

    What a face: "what I do for a couple of bucks!"

  30. #130

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    What a face: "what I do for a couple of bucks!"
    But that's his 'runway face'. He has the same look at almost every show, very different from backstage or normal pictures. Also walking Vivienne Westwood is it not 'a couple of bucks' is it.

  31. #131

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    Hugo By Hugo Boss Spring/Summer 2010


  32. #132

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    Samm Carter At Britten P/L Spring/Summer 2012




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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by carey579 View Post
    But that's his 'runway face'. He has the same look at almost every show, very different from backstage or normal pictures. Also walking Vivienne Westwood is it not 'a couple of bucks' is it.
    I meant what is left after everything has been paid and billed for... modeling is not the best-paid job of all precisely... being a super model, like a superthespian, super CEO or super scribbler, is a different thing: in those cases you are and get paid for simply being considered a super-, not for what you actually do.
    Last edited by belamo; June 23rd, 2014 at 01:03 AM.

  34. #134

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    I meant what is left after everything has been paid and billed for... modeling is not the best-paid job of all precisely... being a super model, like a superthespian, super CEO or super scribbler, is a different thing: in those cases you are and get paid for simply being considered a super-, not for what you actually do.
    Yes I agree but I don't think Harry makes that face on the runway because he hates his job. He was even on Parke & Ronen's front row watching the show - that must mean he enjoys fashion shows right.

  35. #135

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    Costume National Spring/Summer 2011


  36. #136

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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by carey579 View Post
    Yes I agree but I don't think Harry makes that face on the runway because he hates his job. He was even on Parke & Ronen's front row watching the show - that must mean he enjoys fashion shows right.
    car, are you taking all of this that seriously, really..?

  38. #138

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    car, are you taking all of this that seriously, really..?
    Don't mind my lack of humour

  39. #139

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    I like to be conservative, don't wanna show too much skin so this is me giving Superhero COuture

    You're just a ball of yarn and this pussy is done playing with you


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  41. #141

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    those sandals/shoes? not protecting me....


    from anything

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    Sexy outfit for 2day ^^:






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  43. #143

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPGhost View Post


    those sandals/shoes? not protecting me....


    from anything
    Since when did common sense and fashion have anything to do with each other?


  44. #144

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    Wooyoungmi Spring/Summer 2013



    I'm in love with this look. I thought I was the only one - since it is a very quirky look - like I will never understand the appeal of Prada's womenswear but I know that it's aesthetics are worshipped by the ones who 'get' womenswear - but apparently this was the designer's favourite and it headed an exhibition.



    Sometimes like gay men who understand womenswear better than women themselves - there are women who understand menswear better than us


  45. #145

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    Sexy Outfit Of The Day

    Benjamin Eidem At John Galliano Spring/Summer 2013

    (Same guy who wore the Wooyoungmi look above on the runway/backstage.)



    ^ The look is not that sexy but it's my Benjamin

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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by carey579 View Post
    Since when did common sense and fashion have anything to do with each other?

    Common sense and logic are the best rule for everything, but since most people lack real talent and imagination, they find that "boring" and must needs end up pooping out all that litters this thread and the catwalks, shop windows and closets out there.

  47. #147

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    I think this would look good on me

    You're just a ball of yarn and this pussy is done playing with you


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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by Karen_Walker View Post
    I think this would look good on me

    You mean go stark naked

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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Just for kicks, I may wear something like this

    If I had a flower for every time I thought of you…I could walk through my garden forever.
    -Alfred Tennyson.

  50. #150

    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    Common sense and logic are the best rule for everything, but since most people lack real talent and imagination, they find that "boring" and must needs end up pooping out all that litters this thread and the catwalks, shop windows and closets out there.
    Belamo I know we've both complained about menswear but I think there are atleast some designers who create again some great looks for men - even if they'll never appear on the red carpet or most people's closets - and there's about a century's gap to fill for menswear to catch up with womenswear.

    Could you post more outfits that you think are interesting or are there none in your opinion?

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