Masculinity does not belong to men (Halberstam, 2018 p.241)




Reframing menswear through female-masculinity perspective




Intervening on how meanings are created and communicated through menswear




Feminine associated textiles twinned with traditionally masculine silhouettes




Materiality – subtlety, over provocation

       intrigue, over shock




Re-imagining masculinities through the politics of labour




Garments with power structures




‘Masculinities that thrive on the disjuncture between femaleness and masculinity’
(Halberstam, 2018 p.119)