During the last years the world has opened our minds when it comes to identity. The fashion industry had always coexisted around stereotypes when it came to what women and men should wear but recently these last seasons have become the fundamental steps for evolution. Designers have crafted unisex collections giving a whole new level to their consumers, where they choose how they want to look no matter what race or gender.
We have matured seeing past generations looking for happiness in the wrong places. The past looked more amalgamated than now and having just the one job or career in life was the basis for happiness. Younger generations now look for experiences, to live and learn, and be everything except what is acceptable. People choosing a more diverse way to live have unlocked a new way to the future; a future where we are no longer the reflection of society but our selves and stepping away from the stereotypes of gender. The fashion industry is influencing this change not only through its unisex collections but by allowing consumers to experiment, create and explore themselves for a more personal expression giving them a cleaner and more authentic look; a more uneven look that exposes a futuristic appeal where women and men are one.
Photographer: Eske Ozdemir
Location: Art Gallery of New South Wales
Photos owned by Big Kid Clothing®