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The Vogue Editor-in-Chief said the boundaries should cross over and be celebrated

2019-03-06

Anna Wintour doesn’t believe men and women should have separate rules when it comes to clothes.

In the latest Go Ask Anna series on YouTube, the Vogue Editor-in-Chief was asked about gender boundaries in clothing and Wintour – who is an outspoken supporter of the LGBTQ community – said the boundary ‘should cross over’ and be celebrated.

She said: “I do not believe that men and women should have separate rules.

“I think that if a man chooses to wear a dress, that’s great, and women have certainly been wearing men’s suits for a very long time.

“The boundary should cross over, we should celebrate that. Of course, fashion has to change, it’s about change, this what this industry is.

“If somebody wants to show men mixed with women or totally a gender-fluid collection and they want to show it in Tokyo in January or June, what difference does it make?

“Everybody has to follow the path that they feel is right for them.”

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