30
Jul
09

I’m A Unisex-ist.

“I STARTED IMAGINING CLOTHES THE SAME WAY I STARTED CREATING IMAGES: WITH A SENSE OF CURIOUSITY & INNOCENCE DRIVEN BY MY NO-BACKGROUND BACKGROUND. NO SCHOOL. NO TEACHERS. NO TELLY. NO BOUNDARIES. NO FORMATTING. I LIKE THE IDEA OF A WORLD THAT WE CAN LIVE AND SHAPE BY OURSELVES, ONLY BY OBSERVING. EACH OUR OWN. MY CLOTHES HAVE ERUPTED FROM THIS WORLD OF MINE. THEY ARE ASEXUAL, ASEASONAL, THEY COME FROM NO PLACE, NO TIME, NO TRADITION, YET THEY CAN BE HOME ANYWHERE, ANYTIME. THEY EXUDE A SENSE OF DISCREET CHIC, THE ESSENCE OF TIMELESS STYLE, DRAWN ON A MONOCHROMATIC AND GRAPHICAL CANVAS. PALETTE OF BLACKS, TOUCHES OF PURE GRAYS AND INTENSE BLUES. SOPHISTICATED MODERN CLASSICS FOR ANTI-CONFORMIST INDIVIDUALS.”

-Rad Hourani

Is it me, or is there something extra cool about a unisex clothing line??

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Rad by Rad Hourani is a unisex line made of stylish, androgynous designs. Unlike most other unisex collections, this one actually works and doesn’t make either gender look too questionable (aside from those darn shoes
). Are you man/woman enough?? Check it out.

more THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS.

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CoutureSteez Out!!!

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3 Responses to “I’m A Unisex-ist.”


  1. 1 Reader One
    August 3, 2009 at 10:03 am

    In my opinion, this is not a unisex clothing line. It is a women’s clothing that gay men want to wear. The short shorts, heels, and tight jeans are all reminiscent of a gay club in Dupont. I believe that there a few instances where men and women can dress alike. I.E. when exercising (gym clothes), on holloween, and when having sex. I would like to see men step away from this homo/metro sexual look. You can be a dapper gentleman without losing your masculinity. Check out the sartorilaist.

    Thanks

  2. 2 urbancouture
    August 3, 2009 at 1:50 pm

    I agree with you in the attribute of the heels but clothing and style has not a thing to do with sexuality. Although some men happen to wear female clothes because they are indeed gay, there are the others of us that wear men’s designs that may look, to closed-minded people, like women’s clothes because the shorts are “too” short or the pants are “too” tight. But what’s funny to me is that the women now have a jean named the boyfriend jean which has the fit of a male’s jean, and yet, they’re not lesbians or “wannabe” men, but that’s just society’s fault. Although, I, myself wouldn’t wear any of the designs above, I respect what the designer has done.

    CoutureSteez

  3. August 5, 2009 at 6:53 pm

    I saw these pictures and I was wondering who they were modeling for! Thanks for the info UrbanCouture…always on top of things in the fashion game !

    P.S. that first comment was ignorant.


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