Saturday, December 26, 2009

Object of desire





Wandering between the limits of accepted convention and certain eccentricity, French designer Romain Kremer has been one of the many creators trying out their own versions of a men's dress.

Why is that? Are they experimenting with gender identity as well? Perhaps: "today's man is a bit lost, in an identity crisis", says Kremer, "Instead of assuming a position of power he may well want to choose to be an object. Tomorrow's man is today's woman".

He designs, he explains, for a new generation of males. Pushed by the new tendencies of the fashion industry, the new male wants to have a new choice: the choice to be considered as an object, just as women have so far had that choice. "But menswear isn’t really delivering to those needs, so many boys feel lost. I try to design for them as well", Kremer concludes.



He designs, he explains, for a new generation of males who. Pushed by the new tendencies of the fashion industry, the new male may want to have the choice to be considered as an object, just as women have so far had that choice. "But menswear isn’t really delivering to those needs, so many boys feel lost. I try to design for them as well", Kremer concludes



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