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LONDON: Gender-fluid clothes, dartboards and bright orange – here are some of the trends and highlights from Men's Fashion Week in London, which wrapped up Monday: Young talent Organizational reasons kept big names away from this edition – Burberry presents its mixed male/female collection in February – so the men's event went back to its roots by promoting young designers.This year it supported the London debut of gender-fluid design duo Art School. Male and female models wore clothes designed to be worn by either, including a red pinstriped shift dress overlayed with a belted corset, the wearer's hairy chest showing through.It's not impossible, if you believe Astrid Andersen – a young designer who matched sportswear with Stetson hats, electric blue puffas and overclothes with tartan designs.
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