Noted fashion couturier Sabyasachi Mukherjee, on Wednesday, unveiled his newest collection – Sabyasachi X Bergdorf Goodman, by way of his verified Instagram deal with. An unique collection of sarees, bridal put on, ready-to-wear, shawls, scarves, equipment and jewelry, Sabyasachi’s collection is every thing stylish, stylish and but modern.
However, a set of photographs from the genderfluid collection marketing campaign that includes a male mannequin donning a gorgeous sequinned gold-bronze slip costume, equipment and a pair of crimson excessive heels, didn’t go down nicely with the netizens.
A marketing campaign that includes androgynous clothes that has been the pattern in fashion circles since the previous couple of years and in addition has been promoted by a number of worldwide manufacturers didn’t get the approval from a bit of social media customers who questioned the designers’ collection and his concept of creating a male mannequin sport a costume with heels.
“Why is the guy wearing heels?” requested an Instagram person. “Didn’t understand the concept,” wrote one other. “Pathetic fashion,” commented a person.
“What exactly are you trying to put across by making a guy dress like a girl? I am sorry but the message is not clear.. and what is wrong with a guy dressing up like a guy? How does it hamper freedom and equality?? Pleasee enlighten my soul…,” commented yet one more person.
“This is plain downright stupid. Gender bending beyond a point is an insult to human sensibility. STOP,” a person wrote within the feedback part.
However, not everybody was displeased with the collection and the best way Sabyasachi tried to showcase his collection. He had a bit of customers who completely liked the idea behind the photoshoot.
“Loving that @sabyasachiofficial is also depicting fashion for the gender fluid and non conformists. He is a fashion designer. He has to not just cater to stereotypes. He has enough and more clothing and photoshoots dedicated to both genders anyway. Love the fact that this caters to a lot of people beyond the idea of what a man should wear,” wrote a suer.
“Slapping patriarchy on its face, I love this,” wrote yet one more person.
“I love this picture! It shows todays world 2021! To all people saying he’s wearing heels, dress if this makes him comfortable that’s his choice, good for him, but I think its fashion, its bold and creativity! Beautiful hes the lucky one modelling for one the biggest Indian designer in the world! Wish I was in this picture it would be an honour!,” commented an Instagram person.
What is your tackle the collection or quite ought to we are saying the idea behind the photoshoot?