As ever, the looks were among the most perfectly executed on the Paris Fashion Week calendar. A golden brown coat sported delicate androgynous curved shoulders, and the merging of eclectic pieces in the same look was further proof of Ossendrijver's fashion mastery. MEN'S AND WOMEN'S STYLES MERGE Paul Smith's fashion show entitled "WO MAN" set the tone for his gender-fusing designs at the Ecole Nationale how you can help Superieure des Beaux Arts in Paris' chic Left Bank. PHOTOS: Star Sightings: Week Of January 16, 2017 The British fashion icon's decision to show both men's sell and women's styles together forms part of a much bigger trend at Paris Fashion Week. Top houses like Givenchy have increasingly taken to merging men's and women's designs on the catwalk celebrating androgyny and shunning sexual difference. It's as political a statement as fashion can get. PAUL SMITH'S GENDER-FUSED CHECKS Check, patterns and lashings of androgyny were the ingredients of the day from Smith. The classical tailored gray jacket was worn by a female model, and men sported soft velvet suits in warm vivid shades of violet and blue. Quirkiness peppered proceedings via eccentric contrasts the bread-and-butter sartorial styles and trench coats mixed with quirky pointed snake skin boots, sneakers and loose sweaters with ethnic motifs.
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