In this era the style and trends of the fashion industry rule the world more than it ever did, and not only control the way people dress in daily life but also trends in home ware design, makeup fashion and people’s overall attitudes. Fashion unity trend of women and men fashion around the world, it allows people to emblaze their own style. Lately, people discover women don’t have to wear skirt, and men don’t have to wear shirt. Fashion wasn’t having specific gender. They have found a midway and have smoothly dominate fashion stereotypes it calls unisex fashion. Unisex Fashion is the fashion that includes clothing as well as accessories which is not limit gender. 

How Unisex Fashion Started? 

In 20th century people started questioned about gender norm. Why women can’t dress like men such as men can take off an upper wear but women can’t. As far as the American fashion industry was concerned, the unisex movement came and largely went in one-year on 1968. The trend began on the Paris fashion show started to used unisex cloth on runway, where designers like Pierre Cardin, Andre Courreges, and Paco Rabanne created an equality “Space Age” of sleek, simple silhouettes, graphic patterns, and new, synthetic fabrics with no historical gender associations. In 1969 U.S. department stores started to created special cloth sections for unisex fashions, but most of them has closed after opened for not too long. However, their impact could affect society afterwards they establish “his-n-hers” clothing, promoted in cutesy ads, catalog spreads, and sewing patterns.

In 1966, Yves Saint Laurent introduced le smoking, which is a tuxedo for women. After the next few years, he would represent it to the mannish silhouette in gangster pinstripes and safari khaki.

In Museum exhibition Yves Saint Laurent and Halston: Fashioning the Seventies represent, the designers not only dressing women in menswear, but they also were dressing them as themselves such as young working women not just wearing trousers but pea coats, dress shirts, and blazers became female wardrobe staples. In 1990s, fashion has been wanting gender lines once again. A recent New York Magazine front cover shooting women donned flannel lumberjack shirts and combat boots while Kurt Cobain posed in ballgowns and housedresses.  


At the same time, lookalike couples fashion known as Keo-Peul-Look, which is a loving couple wearing a matching outfit, first appeared in South Korea. This modern norm takes on “his-n-hers” dressing more powerfully in many countries. Indeed, unisex cloth are much more accessible and socially acceptable today than they were since the 1960s. 
But this careful coordination is not just an outward show, some hardcore love couple match down to their underwear. Thus, the ultimate relationship publicity has become the ultimate relationship intimacy, and unisex underwear is now a thing.


 Make-Up for Men Became A Thing

For ages makeup has been seen for a girl only, for now it wasn’t always that way. Though makeup for men it wasn’t ordinary, but social media has allowed male beauty profession to share theirs artistic expression on a large scale, helping to break down Cliché stereotypes that men can’t use make up. Another reason, that men wearing makeup it was mainly actors and musicians who were wearing makeup to make their looks more fabulous, eye-catching and brighter on screen and stage. Today, we see more and more men using beauty products in their daily lives as well. 
Afterwards many cosmetic brand realized that make up for man is should be one of their products. Many brands are now doing skincare and light cosmetic products that are branded and packaged for men and take away the stigma of any men who wanting to use products on themselves.

When it comes to men make-up for the everyday In daily life, it’s not so much about going to town with a whole Crayola box of colours as more of a fixer for a problem like dark circles or a spot. Men make-up could hide imperfections and look believable, a bit like they’ve had a good night’s sleep. Assuming you’re not immune to the occasional late night or unwanted flare-up, these are the products worth investing in and experimenting with. Blusher not included.

Make-Up Products For Men


Even if you’re no oil painting, you still need a good canvas to work with. A primer prepares the skin for everything else that follows, allowing it to go on easier and last longer. It’s not an essential step, so can be skipped in a pinch, but the right formulation can also have additional benefits, like controlling oiliness or hydrating dryness. A double skin win.


This is where things get a little scary for some guys, so allow us to mansplain. Like on a construction site, a foundation is usually the load-bearing part of a make-up routine. Thicker than BB or CC cream, foundation is ideal for masking imperfections, evening out skin tone and generally just making you look more youthful and healthy. Opt for a liquid version, which doesn’t require a brush, in a shade that matches your skin colour. If you’re not sure what tone to get, test it on the back of your hand or get matched at a beauty counter.

Lip Balm

No guy wants to be called thin-skinned, but when it comes to your lips, that’s literally the case. More prone to damage than almost anywhere else on the body, it’s important to look after your smackers, and that starts with a lip balm. Avoid anything that says ‘gloss’ like the plague. Instead, opt for a manly option: a matte formula that’s moisturising but doesn’t give too much shine when you smile.

Unisex Fashion on Catwalk

In 2018 The Council of Fashion Designers of America know as The CFDA , the organiser of New York Fashion Week, added unisex as a new category of the fashion show. 

Meanwhile the luxury brand started to merging of men’s and women’s fashion on the catwalk such as Prada started doing it in 2010, and Jean Paul Gaultier and Alexander McQueen were mixing it up long before that, more brands are following suited. 

They try to blend a traditional men and women fashion style on the cat walk. They are seeing less of a dual offer, with separate looks for Mens and women, and more of a one-size, one-shape, one-style approach for everyone. For example, Balenciaga set in 2018, which offers the same clingy, crushed-velvet bodysuits and saddlebag-hip coats for both men and women. 

The same thing happened for de Saint Sernin, who is an owner of ludovic de saint sernin, also launched his brand as a menswear brand but now he shows his collections on women. He said “I don’t think of gender when designing clothes, but I wanted to focus on menswear”. 

How Unisex Fashion Become a Trend

After unisex fashion become a common trend. Entertainment industry started to give attention at it. It spread to many entertainment societies such as Hip-hop, K-pop and affect to celebrities. Also, the list of public figures adopting unisex fashion is increasing. Here is the some of example of celebrity who drive a unisex Fashion.

Jaden Smith

At the Coachella festival in 2015, Jaden Smith, son of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, created a stir by wearing a floral print tunic and rose-flower crown. On social media mention to Jaden Smith gender bravery to express his induvidual out. Nonetheless, some people don’t understand why he wearing like that and post a toxic post. Somehow he said “I feel like people don’t really get it. I’m not saying that I get it. I’m just saying that I’ve never seen any distinction.”.


 K-pop icon, G-Dragon of K-pop brand Bigbang has a sense of unisex beauty and temptation, which attracts many fashion followers. He also used makeup for his dressup such as heavy eyeliner, foundation, press powder, and lip gloss. He fit his body to be slim figure, and dress feminine dressing style. He used to say “You call me gay, but I can get your girl screaming louder on the computer seat by just clicking ‘Follow’ on her Twitter.”. G-Dragon style is become the stereotype of a male idol. And his unique mix of masculinity and femininity has won him a pass in the fashion world and became one of the fashion leaders of the world. 

Harry Styles 

Harry styles who are the former One Direction band member. In 2019 He is one of the most influential icon by Vogue magazine. Moreover, lately he was unveiled as the first solo male cover star of US Vogue. In the photoshoot, he’s seen wearing a cloth which gained him so much attention. He wears dress and boot which his dress custom-made, lace-trimmed Gucci ballgown dressed with a tuxedo jacket. “When you take away ‘There’s clothes for men and there’s clothes for women,’ once you remove any barriers, obviously you open up the arena in which you can play,” Styles said. “I’ll go in shops sometimes, and I just find myself looking at the women’s clothes thinking they’re amazing. It’s like anything and anytime you’re putting barriers up in your own life, you’re just limiting yourself.”

Cara Delevingne 

Cara Delevingne 25-year-old actress and model, her walking some of the biggest fashion shows in the world. She is continuing her fight against gender norms, who is open about her gender-fluid sexuality. “Don’t worry, be happy! Embrace your weirdness.” She says.


In brief, fashion is another important role in our life that we need to pay attention at it. We need to dress before get of home every morning, protect our body it not only, but it probably can tell your gender. But in this era, it cannot do that anymore. We don’t let cloth judge our identity, and don’t let anyone force us to wear anything, in this part unisex wear can saved us. Moreover, Youth of today are most readily affected by the ever-changing influence of fashion. There is a deep desire within young people to be autonomous and yet fit in. It also can express some teenager who want to express their individuality thought the way there they dress.