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Harry Styles covers the December issue of Vogue. I’m covering the Vogue interview with Styles at a later date – it’s a good piece, and worth a separate post – but that’s not what this story is about. This story is about the Vogue editorial, where Harry Styles was photographed by Tyler Mitchell in the English countryside for the most part. Styles is first man to get a solo cover of American Vogue, and he clearly agreed to highlight both men’s and women’s fashion. For years now, Harry has been one of those guys who happily cross-dresses, casually wears “women’s clothes” to events and blurs the lines of gendered style (much like Mick Jagger, Elton John, David Bowie, etc.).

As you can see, Vogue photographed Harry in skirts, dresses, old-fashion basques and general women’s fashion. The Tyler Mitchell photos are lovely! But conservative douchebags had to chime in about it. Ben Shapiro and Candace Owens both hate-tweeted about Harry Styles wearing dresses like it was the worst thing in the world, and the downfall of masculinity entirely.

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