My every fashion shoot is about some statement or a message, this editorial isn’t an exception. One of the reasons why I love the 1990s and its Calvin Klein ‘heroin chic’ aesthetic is the fact that the unisex fashion became mainstream in that era. I’ve liked the concept of gender-neutral and androgynous clothing even before my blog, and I’ve wanted to do a similar post for a long time.
When someone speaks about female and male feelings, I really do not understand what it means. What’s the difference. When I think deeply about myself, I do not feel like a woman and not even like a man. I feel (only) like a human.
That’s why gender categories irritate me in shops, and I highly appreciate the efforts of new labels, which are for everybody without selections.
If we think of that, we are all only human. Each of us is an individual with some specific differences, but they don’t make us better or worse persons. They remind us that we are on the same level, so we should be respectful and don’t compare with others. So be nice to others, please.
And If you’re feeling lonely, you can join our club of Cool People for the next photo shoot. On top of that, we have a Cool Photographer who likes Russian Rap :P.
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Thank Martin (the model) and Ondřej (the photographer) for the lovely afternoon.
Our outfit was inspired by a current trend of animal prints and Nicolas Cage’s look from Wild At Heart (1990). We also did a second outfit, but I decided to publish it later.
If you are a brand with unisex/androgynous philosophy, don’t hesitate to contact me. We can create stunning pics.