This show was technologically really interesting: They figured out a way to put cameras in seats so that people watching on the livestream (presumably on mobile devices?) could turn in their imaginary seats and get a look at all angles of the presentation, as if actually sitting in the venue itself. And the inspiration, as more and more lines blur or eradicate the traditional lines between menswear and womenswear collections, was as modern:

“My question this season was less about one theme; it was about this zone between femininity and masculinity,” he explained. “This zone is highlighted by nonbinary people, people that are taking a lot of freedom dressing themselves as they want, and, in turn, giving a lot of freedom to all of us. I found it inspiring to explore what the items are that represent this wardrobe that is not feminine, not masculine. I wanted to zoom in on that section in between.”

I wish I could say that I liked more of it?

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