I am not aware of how intimated Zayn is with his part ethnic heritage but flamboyance, 'feminine' prints, colours and silhouettes are already entrenched and regularly employed as a feature of desi cultural clothes...and still considered masculine and high fashion. He should know this.
Tbh...although I noticed the connection the bullshit article was trying to make with Gigi wearing pants and her supposed gender fluidity...I couldn't make an immediate connection of the sort with Zayn's supposed gender fluidity. It took me a minute's deliberation to realize they meant the colours and prints. It's all so overwhelmingly vapid, I couldn't finish reading the article.
This is an amazing insight that I had no idea about - either about Zayn's heritage or about this beautiful style of clothing. Thank you for posting
Interesting idea but really... Jennifer Lawrence?
the fact that there are so many remarkably beautiful and talented indian women that could have been represented on the cover of vogue instead of kim leaves me truly dumbfoundedKim is on Vogue India's March cover... she looks so whitewashed. https://www.cosmopolitan.com/style-beauty/fashion/a18752842/vogue-india-kim-kardashian-backlash/