Trend of Unisex Clothing is no longer a Trend, it’s a Niche

Back in April, I couldn’t believe my eyes when pictures surfaced of a Céline-clad Kanye West performing on stage at the hip California music festival Coachella, in a silk blouse from their womenswear collection. Straight out of the uber-luxurious French fashion house’s SP/SU 2011 catwalk collection, which is designed by Phoebe Philo, the world-famous rapper donned the silk, printed shirt in earnest, choosing to style it half-unbuttoned and with a thick chain necklace.

Thus began my fascination with Unisex Fashions. One designer who definitely caught my attention is, Rad Hourani. He celebrates that his line functions as a “laboratory, and experiments with new shapes and fabrics in a couture-like approach”.  His line “RAD by Rad Hourani” definitely focuses on styles and silhouttes of the same unisex signature look offered in different materials and a more casual transformable fit.
Gender-agnosticism is the defining driving conceptual direction in Rad Hourani’s work as all of his products are specifically designed to be unisex.

So, if you are fortunate enough to have a fashion forward mate whom you share the same relative size check out Rad’s collection and test drive out this new Fashion Niche for Unisex Clothing!

Kanye West wearing a Celine Silk Blouse from the SP/SU ’11 Collection
Kanye West & Jessica Simpson both wearing the Celine Top SP/SU ’11: Who wore it best?

Here are some of the great looks from the RAD by Rad Hourani Spring/Summer 2011 Runway Show.  Great Monochramatic Palette with definite great clean lines and tailoring.  Such an uber-chic presentation in having both a male and female presenation of the clothing to showcase the Gender-agnosticism that is the defining message behind his clothing.
RAD by Rad Hourani SP/SU 2011 Runway Collection

3 Thoughts on “Trend of Unisex Clothing is no longer a Trend, it’s a Niche

  1. I feel bad saying this, but Kanye West totally bested Jessica Simpson in that Celine shirt.

  2. I completely agree! Jessica Simpson makes it look like a Walmart top…

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