Genderless beauty is a constant force on the runways, reflecting the balance of masculine and feminine energy that resides within us. Journey back in time with us as we pay homage to the individuals who have shaped the face of androgyny as we know it.
Fiercely independent and unapologetically opinionated, Katharine Hepburn was a leading lady in Hollywood for over six decades. While other actresses favoured frilly skirts and glamorous gowns, Katharine chose boxy loose-fitting trousers and buttoned down tops. Her fiery red hair was usually tucked away into a bun or a low ponytail. When journalist Barbara Walters asked her if she owned a skirt, she very curtly replied “I’ll wear it to your funeral.” So iconic were her trousers, that TIME described them as “a symbol of stubborn independence and a statement of modernity”.