I remember I saw Agyness once in the London underground wearing white skinny pants, walking her white small dog. She (same as Lara Stone) is not as skinny as other supermodels of these days.
Now, back to the subject of this post, a few designers seem to be tired of too much feminine beauty, curves and colors. During fall-winter 2011 shows of Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana, the main trend was back to"boy-girl" style:
Dolce & Gabbana
Those shows are looking great, and together with the Androgyny issue of the Love Magazine (with Justin Bieber on the cover) and the edition before with models Kate Moss and Lea T kissing, we should definitely see some more of Androgyny going on in fashion.
This trend is nothing new, and although it has been explored countless times before, after an explosion of femininity, it always feel great a bit of Androgyny.
So let's see what else we will get from the trend in the next shows. For now we have a lot of black straight cut pants, white shirts, short hairs, hats and flat boots. Agyness still did not strike back, because Freja Beha Erichsen seems to be leading the Androgyny trend this time; maybe because recently she admitted to be homossexual (fashion loves sexual revelations).