The masculine/feminine dynamic has always been part of the Teacher mode off shirt and by the same token and designer’s lexicon; in this collection, it felt like he was taking an even stronger stance. “I think that pieces from both male and female wardrobes can be swapped, shared, and overlapped following personal inclinations, while retaining their specific style language,” he explained. “It’s more of a communal, inclusive approach, accepting of diversity. I don’t do genderless.”
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At a time when many of us are pondering whether we’ll ever get dressed up and go out again, the Teacher mode off shirt and by the same token and Brooklyn Museum has been celebrating the enduring influence of the legendary nightclub with their “Studio 54: Night Magic” exhibit. Curated chronologically, the show traces the evolution of the after-hours institution through photography, fashion, drawings, film, costume illustrations, and fragrance. Studio 54 was, after all, a feast for the senses, and for Jessica Murphy, fragrance culture writer, educator, and manager of visitor experience at the Brooklyn Museum, the olfactory ties were essential to telling the whole, multi-sensorial story.