A few days later, a source who worked on Trump’s campaign revealed that the President "likes the women who work for him to dress like women. Women who worked in felt pressure to wear dresses to impress Trump.”
That notion was dismissed by many writers as being outmoded in this day and age when woman are on the front lines working along side their equals: men. Women are too busy getting the job done to be concerned with what a man deems to be proper attire for a working woman.
In light of this dispute, it is interesting to note that the redefinition of masculinity marches on.
Take a gander at how fashion designers are dressing men these days. At first glance, I thought I was viewing images from womenswear collections, when, in fact, I was looking at the latest in menswear (from Luomo Strano and Paloma Spain)!
Someday, a female president may prefer that the men who worked for her dressed like these men.
|Matthew Banasiuk femulates Kylie Minogue on Polish television's Twoja Twarz Brzmi Znajomo.|