Josefin Strid makes some bold and fearless strides in this decidedly unisex Spring/Summer 2013 collection as featured at Mercedes-Benz Stockholm Fashion Week on August 29, 2012 in Stockholm, Sweden …
Take for example their crushed silver metallic baggy knee-length shorts, which Josefin Strid teams with a slate blue-green vest, dark grey sleeveless shirt and silver sneakers. The ensemble could easily be worn by women as well with its choice of soft pastel colors, use of metallics and sleeveless options…
The same colors are featured in a slate blue-green skirt example, which is teamed with a dark grey cropped top, a slate grey hooded parka and silver sneakers.
Thus it’s apparent that Josefin Strid is going for a homogeneous unisex look with a slate blue-green, grey and silver color palette that outfits both sexes.
Similarly, Josefin Strid has a mauve floral ensemble worn by a man that includes the floral rolled up pants, a loosely fitted white shirt and a matching floral trench coat that could easily be worn by a woman.
The same mauve floral print is used in a sleeveless tank top that is layered over another tank top and teamed with matching floral shorts. Decidedly feminine and used in an ensemble worn by a female model to include a shirtdress, topped off with the trench coat.
Seafoam green is another popular choice in this collection, such as the baggy knee-length shorts, teamed with a sleeveless long white tunic, buttoned only to the waist and left open past the calves and accessorized with silver sneakers.
The same baggy seafoam green shorts are worn by a woman, teamed with a white cropped top and a navy hooded jacket.
Then a male model dons a smocked silver hip-length coat over an androgynous long black tunic with a wrap over feature and white trousers.
Interestingly, the male models wore traditionally feminine colors and prints, while the female models wore simpler androgynous looks like one ensemble to include a black and white striped pair of loose pants, loose white button-down shirt and a long black leather vest that would’ve looked appropriate on a man!
Many will appreciate this effort to unify the sexes in this very unisex fashion collection for men and women by Josefin Strid! Enjoy the slideshow…