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Genderless boys are the latest trend from Japan

One of the Japanese trends for 2016 is not just any garment or label - no, what we have on our radar this year is visual genderlessness!
Genderless kei is currently a huge topic on the East Asian coast. After the Tokyo Girls Fashion show in addition to hip autumn / winter looks and several sexless-looking models, the trend spread on the streets at lightning speed.
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The style makes use of the characteristics of both sexes and although it is aimed at girls and boys, the focus is primarily on the Japanese boys who put on make-up, wear colored contact lenses or high heels and create their style in such a way that it remains open what gender they really are.
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Toman is a model, member of the Japanese band XOX and a prominent pioneer for this look and explains: "We all just wear fashion the way we like it and feel from the inside out. The trend has already spread so widely here that it will hopefully soon be seen as completely normal - at least I want to do my part. "
We agree with Toman: gender doesn't matter as long as you have a cool style - and we show you our favorite genderless kei looks in the gallery.
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Genderless boys are the latest trend from Japan