Drake, ASAP Rocky and ASAP Ferg wear the men's designer feminine brand of luxury streetwear.

"The word 'unisex' belongs in the '90s," says Astrid Andersen, a Danish menswear designer with a flair for the dramatic. "The younger generation doesn't even consider the concept." Andersen, a graduate of the Royal College of Art in London who has consulted for Nike, infuses street-wise looks with a feminine sensibility, combining joggers with crop tops, basketball jerseys with lace, skirts and kicks. It's a radical approach given streetwear's characteristically masculine silhouettes (baggy pants, oversize T-shirts).

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