Unisexy

Sometimes when we're checking out boys' clothes, our mind starts to wander and we start thinking, "How would this look on me"? Especially with Europ
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Sometimes when we're checking out boys' clothes, our mind starts to wander and we start thinking, "How would this look on me"? Especially with Europ
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Sometimes when we're checking out boys' clothes, our mind starts to wander and we start thinking, "How would this look on me"? Especially with European designers who show their clothes on gawky skinny Euro boys who look like Patti Smith. Berlin-based label ADD decided to create a collection of menswear "with no artificial additives that also can be worn by women." The clothing comes in a "standard series," which means all of the items are meant as classic, seasonless pieces and are permanently available. In addition, a few special pieces are added each season. The no-nonsense boy-meets-girl looks are very appealing, and for the most part work equally well on the awkwardly hip skinny German guys and girls who favor the line. Fashion has already left behind the distinctions between seasons. Is blurring the boundaries between womenswear and menswear with unisex apparel the next step? --ALISON COOL

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