Walking in Harajuku area, we sometimes encounter guys wearing skirts for fashion. As you may know Harajuku style is very unconventional. Guys in skirts had emerged only in Harajuku or Scotland. However, it will come into vogue because some high-end designers’ collections, such as GUCCI and Saint Laurent, show no gender fashion today.
Tracing the history of fashion, there was an interesting fact that genderless fashion had existed in the 17th century in Japan. Men and women wore a similar upper body garments and ceremonial skirst that Japanese call Mo. They are ones of the first unisex items.
Check this movie out. It reflects eccentric Harajuku fashion well. Also, you can see how a guy with a skirt is like, which is “trendy” today and concerning our DNA of the genderless fashion.