Blurred lines: Men's fashion goes androgynous

Guys, get ready for lace collars, sheer shirts and an occasional dress or skirt. Men’s fashion designers are taking a more androgynous approach to their offerings this year.

Feminine elements are making their way into the latest collections, following several years in which even fairly mainstream celebrities have embraced styles that eschew traditional gender norms.

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