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  • Balenciaga is combining its men's and women's shows
  • Balenciaga is mixing its men's and women's shows
    Balenciaga (2017) ©

Balenciaga is combining its men's and women's shows

Luxury fashion brand Balenciaga has announced it will be one of several brands to end the battle of sexes and combine its collections – at its shows at least. Balenciaga's decision to showcase both men's and women's collections together reflects the industry's blurring of traditional gendered lines.



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