It's fairly early days for Homme Girls, but from the very first issue it looked like a winner to us, and so it has proved to be.
This hip New York magazine is created around the concept of women dressing as men, the ‘HommeGirl'. As they put it, ‘There is a boy in every girl, a homme in every woman. Dressing like a man doesn’t disguise a woman’s femininity – it ignites it.’ Taking Katherine Hepburn as patron, the Homme Girl look is traceable to the trouser suits of Yves Saint Laurent in the 1970s and the utilitatarian jacket and trouser combos of Rei Kawakubo (Comme des Garçons) in the 1980s but the publisher acknowledges that the inspiration arcs all the way back to, well, Joan of Arc and her suit of armour. Anyway what we have today is a very fresh women’s style magazine packed with ravishing studio and street photography, and a whole lot of attitude to go with it.
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