Fashion Editorial: ‘Whose Hues’ Examines Where Gender And Fashion Meets

The newest fashion editorial making waves is ‘Whose Hues’ which thoughtfully examines the intersection of gender and fashion. It features Buck Whaley, Christian Mpazayabo, Theodore Afrika, Matthew Prins, Chloe Turner styled in outfits from Ulfah Davids for 2bop.Fashion Editorial: 'Whose Hues' Examines Where Gender And Fashion Meets 1The editorial mixes the idea of hip-hop’s representation of rugged masculinity — through its styling and hyper masculine poses — with subtle femininity that comes off in the makeup, in this case, high-contrast eye and lip colours amongst other things.Fashion Editorial: 'Whose Hues' Examines Where Gender And Fashion Meets 2The styling of the editorial draws inspiration from carefree hip-hop artists including Young Thug, Cee-Lo Green and Outkast while the hair styling drew inspiration from powerful black female artists like Rihanna, Lil Kim and Erykah Badu.Fashion Editorial: 'Whose Hues' Examines Where Gender And Fashion Meets 3Fashion Editorial: 'Whose Hues' Examines Where Gender And Fashion Meets 4Fashion Editorial: 'Whose Hues' Examines Where Gender And Fashion Meets 5Fashion Editorial: 'Whose Hues' Examines Where Gender And Fashion Meets 6Fashion Editorial: 'Whose Hues' Examines Where Gender And Fashion Meets 7Fashion Editorial: 'Whose Hues' Examines Where Gender And Fashion Meets 8Fashion Editorial: 'Whose Hues' Examines Where Gender And Fashion Meets 9Fashion Editorial: 'Whose Hues' Examines Where Gender And Fashion Meets 10Fashion Editorial: 'Whose Hues' Examines Where Gender And Fashion Meets 11Photo Credit: Buck Whaley

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