What “soft S&M” looks like on a guy

Edwing D’Angelo Fall 2012 Collection Presentation: Beauty Attack at the Waldorf Astoria – February 19, 2012.



The starting point in Edwing D’Angelo’s Fall 2012 presentation continues with his search for the ultimate tailoring collection, where the line between masculine and feminine disappears. They are intertwined so closely that is difficult to define if it is made for her or for him. But still each gender remains strong in its own traditional aesthetics. D’Angelo proposes that women wear clothing with men’s fabrics and men wear clothing with women’s traditional details like French lace trimmings and jumpsuits with superb cuts.

However, the collection gives us a twist when it applies S&M elements, which draw inspiration from the ‘80s punk with the ‘90s chic, maintaining balance of softness by imposing ‘50s details and cuts.

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