British heartthrob Harry Styles has relinquished gender roles in style as he’s now referred to as a style icon via his androgynous model which he adopted because the previous few years.
During his newest interview with Vogue, the previous member of One Direction, 26 spoke about how style and elegance was one thing he had been keenly curious about since he was a baby.
“As a kid I definitely liked fancy dress. I was really young, and I wore tights for that. I remember it was crazy to me that I was wearing a pair of tights. And that was maybe where it all kicked off! I like playing dress-up in general,” he mentioned.
He went on to discuss his current transition, into what has now change into his signature model, to his stylist, Harry Lambert.
“He just has fun with clothing, and that’s kind of where I’ve got it from. He doesn’t take it too seriously, which means I don’t take it too seriously,” he added.
“You can never be overdressed. There’s no such thing. The people that I looked up to in music—Prince and David Bowie and Elvis and Freddie Mercury and Elton John—they’re such showmen. As a kid it was completely mind-blowing. Now I’ll put on something that feels really flamboyant, and I don’t feel crazy wearing it.”
“I believe in the event you get one thing that you just really feel wonderful in, it’s like a superhero outfit. Clothes are there to have enjoyable with and experiment with and play with.
“What’s actually thrilling is that each one of those traces are simply sort of crumbling away. When you are taking away ‘There’s garments for males and there’s garments for ladies,’ when you take away any limitations, clearly you open up the sector in which you’ll be able to play.
“I’ll go in outlets generally, and I simply discover myself wanting on the ladies’s garments pondering they’re wonderful. It’s like something—anytime you’re placing limitations up in your individual life, you’re simply limiting your self. There’s a lot pleasure available in enjoying with garments.
“I’ve never really thought too much about what it means—it just becomes this extended part of creating something,” he added.