Ann Demeulemeester loves Patti Smith, and her love definitely manifested itself in this collection. I love how relaxed it is; luxuriously hippie with an erotic, exotic vibe.
I think what makes this perfect for cross-dressing is the looseness and fluidity of the tunic. It reminds me a bit of Ann-Sofie Back's fall collection. The monochromatic tie-and-shirt combo is fabulous. You could do a skinnier trouser, or you know, wear a pair of opaque black tights and some cool high-heeled oxford shoes. Can't you just see it?
Short romper with awesome detail at the neck, quasi-YSL long vest and calf-high boots. That description alone would conjure an image of a woman, with thick bangs, long hair and impossibly big sunglasses wearing it to a gallery opening and making you feel infinitely small by comparison. It's super rad.
Viktor & Rolf
Aren't you going crazy over this jacket already? It's impeccably tailored and creates the sharpest lines ever. I could see this put together with a perfectly worn-in, almost sheer, vintage t-shirt (or something from The Row), frayed denim skirt or shorts (a la Alexander Wang) and the new Balenciaga metal-robot stilettos. Mary-Kate are you listening?
Normally, I would think that all items of clothing that start as one thing and end as another are one of the awfullest crimes against fashion ever. Except for some reason, these half-jeans, half trousers are the coolest thing I have seen ever. Not only do I think that the "morphing" is incredibly well done, but I would kill for a pair of pants with that straight, slouchy fit. Coolest pants ever!
Don't you think this is just the perfect summer look? I would cut the hem off from the jeans to make them look all frayed, and wear it with my new Chloe sandals. The oversized denim tote is like icing on the cake. (I have a soft spot for navy and denim, what can I say?)