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19 November 2020 - Vogue's December issue features Harry Styles as the new face of gender-neutral fashion

Publié par Marion Coste le 19/11/2020

How Harry Styles became the face of gender-neutral fashion

Priya Elan (The Guardian, 17/11/2020)

Harry Styles was unveiled as the first solo male cover star of US Vogue last week – and in a dress to boot. He wore a custom-made, lace-trimmed Gucci ballgown dressed with a tuxedo jacket.

Nine men have featured on the cover previously, but always as part of a couple. They include Kanye West, Justin Bieber and Styles’ former bandmate Zayn Malik. The cover of the December issue was photographed by Tyler Mitchell, who in 2018 became the first black photographer to shoot a US Vogue cover, featuring Beyoncé.

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Playtime with Harry Styles

Hamish Bowles (VOGUE, 13/11/2020)

The men's bathing pond in London’s Hampstead Heath at daybreak on a gloomy September morning seemed such an unlikely locale for my first meeting with Harry Styles, music’s legendarily charm-heavy style czar, that I wondered perhaps if something had been lost in translation.

But then there is Styles, cheerily gung ho, hidden behind a festive yellow bandana mask and a sweatshirt of his own design, surprisingly printed with three portraits of his intellectual pinup, the author Alain de Botton. “I love his writing,” says Styles. “I just think he’s brilliant. I saw him give a talk about the keys to happiness, and how one of the keys is living among friends, and how real friendship stems from being vulnerable with someone.”

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Candace Owens gets backlash from Harry Styles fans over 'bring back manly men' tweet

Variety (NBC News, 17/11/2020)

Celebrities and fans alike rallied to defend Harry Styles on Monday in response to a negative tweet about the artist from conservative author Candace Owens.

In her post on Saturday, Owens quote tweeted Vogue Magazine’s photos from Harry Styles’ cover shoot to voice concern over the feminization of men.

“There is no society that can survive without strong men,” Owens tweeted. “The East knows this. In the west, the steady feminization of our men at the same time that Marxism is being taught to our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men.”

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Logan Paul stuns Twitter with ‘masterclass in addressing toxic masculinity’ in response to Harry Styles comments

Clémence Michallon (The Independent, 18/11/2020)

Logan Paul has taken Twitter by surprise by sharing “a masterclass in addressing toxic masculinity” in response to comments made about Harry Styles.

Styles has become the first man to appear solo on the cover of Vogue. The singer wears a dress in the cover shot as well as in the accompanying spread, which also features him in a couple of skirts and a kilt.

Some conservative commentators have criticised Styles’s outfits, while celebrities across the entertainment industry have voiced their support for his fashion choices.

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