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Are skirts for men the next big fashion trend?
In an era during which rules seem meant to be broken — and more and more people are calling for gender equality — it should surprise no one that the fashion world is the head cheerleader for change. Case in point the Fall 2018 Menswear designers presenting a variety of skirts on their runways. A wrap skirt paired with a matching jacket showed up at the Astrid Andersen show in London, as well as a flasherworthy trench dress at Alex Mullins, and a a flirty full skirt bounced along at Bobby Abley. Then, Undercover presenting a plethora of pleated maxi skirts in Florence. Designer Jun Takahashi opened with five looks ranging from minimalist monochromatic to grungy, headtotoe plaid. But the literal showstopper was the finale a parade of topless men in white maxiskirts. Don’t expect many men to embrace that style — but it’s definitely a talker for our times. This article originally appeared on the New York Post.

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  • A skirt is the lower part of a dress or gown, covering the person from the waist downwards, or a separate outer garment serving this purpose.

    The hemline of skirts can vary from micro to floor-length, and can vary according to cultural conceptions of modesty and aesthetics, as well as the wearer's personal taste, which can be influenced by such factors as fashion and social context.

    Most skirts are self-standing garments, but some skirt-looking panels may be part of another garment, such as leggings, shorts, and swimsuits.

    In the Western world, skirts are more commonly worn by women, with some exceptions, such as the izaar (which is worn by men from Muslim cultures) and the kilt (which is a traditional men's garment in Scotland and Ireland, and sometimes England).

    Many fashion designers, such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Vivienne Westwood, Kenzo and Marc Jacobs have shown men's skirts.

    Transgressing social codes, Gaultier frequently introduces the skirt into his men's wear collections, as a means of injecting novelty into male attire, most famously the sarong seen on David Beckham.

    Both men and women from many different cultures traditionally wear skirts.

    At its simplest, a skirt can be a draped garment made out of a single piece of fabric (such as the pareos), but most skirts are fitted to the body at the waist or hips, and are fuller below, with the fullness introduced by means of darts, gores, pleats, or panels.

    Modern skirts are usually made of light to mid-weight fabrics, such as denim, jersey, worsted, or poplin.

    Skirts of thin or clingy fabrics are often worn with slips to make the material of the skirt drape better, and for modesty.