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Androgyny

On day two of Paris Fashion Week, Belgium's Dries Van Noten sketched an ethereal collection that fused an ultra-feminine, oriental esthetic with boldly masculine cuts.

fashion and trends Updated: Oct 04, 2010 01:28 IST

Cross-dressing in cut-out tuxedos, layering boyfriend cuts with silks, or stepping out in his-and-hers pairs, it was a boy-girl thing on the Paris catwalks.

On day two of Paris Fashion Week, Belgium's Dries Van Noten sketched an ethereal collection that fused an ultra-feminine, oriental esthetic with boldly masculine cuts. An example was a fresh take on the South Asian salwar-kameez, a pair of loose white silk pants overlaid with a full-body-length overshirt, which on inspection turned out to be all one piece.