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Out with hunks: fashion breaks codes for male models

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The new ideal look, the evolution of men's fashion and the focus on gender have blurred the lines between men and women. That was more evident than ever on the New York catwalks last week. Several shows were decidedly "gender fluid", parading out clothes that could be worn by either sex.

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The new ideal look, the evolution of men's fashion and the focus on gender have blurred the lines between men and women. That was more evident than ever on the New York catwalks last week. Several shows were decidedly "gender fluid", parading out clothes that could be worn by either sex.

BT_20160926_CPHUNK26B_2510345.jpg
The new ideal look, the evolution of men's fashion and the focus on gender have blurred the lines between men and women. That was more evident than ever on the New York catwalks last week. Several shows were decidedly "gender fluid", parading out clothes that could be worn by either sex.

New York

MUSCULAR, classically chiselled male models are a dying breed as men are ever more chosen for thinness, even androgyny, in a fashion world playing with the notion of gender.

It only takes looking back a decade to male fashion shows - at Versace, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton or

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