In a current against “fragile masculinity”, other celebrities also show that the shorn it can be used by people of all genders, sexual orientations and styles. This Sunday (2/4), for example, Rodrigo Faro shortened a black Gucci T-shirt. “It’s true, the production… Let’s go shorn…”, wrote the presenter on Instagram.
At the end of March, the first day of the shows at Lollapalooza 2023, João Guilherme appeared in a white outfit. In an interview with Quem magazine, the actor and influencer defended the importance of dressing without worrying about the judgment of others.
“I’ve always liked to dress up, it’s a pleasure to dress up and feel there, to convey something. It’s a way of expressing yourself. Then I put on this tank top, and I was like, ‘Wow, that looks good on me. If it looks good on my body and I like it, who else needs to approve? he wondered.
Another proponent is singer Vitão, who often uses fashion to break down definitions of masculine and feminine. “I found out what ‘react’ was and put a shorn“, posted the singer on Twitter, in reference to the phrase that became a meme on social networks, between the end of 2021 and the beginning of 2022.
Recently, Shawn Mendes participated in an event for Tommy Hilfiger, the brand of which he is an ambassador. At the time, he was asked by a fan about the clothes from the new collection in partnership with the North American brand, for the Classic Reborns line.
The Canadian singer took the opportunity to reveal the shorn is one of the favorite items. “It looks great on men. Don’t be afraid to use it. They look good,” he said.
The last fashion show seasons, between 2022 and 2023, have confirmed the orient oneself on fashion shows for brands like Fendi and JW Anderson. However, the shorn for men was already successful in the 1990s. In the sitcom Um Maluco no Pedaço, for example, actor Will Smith appeared in different episodes with outfits revealing the belly.
The fashion asexual (agender, in free translation) is gaining more and more strength, both on the streets and on the catwalks. The London Fashion Week event, for example, does not divide the collections presented between men and women.
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