Man, I feel like a woman...

Okay, so she kissed a girl and liked it but was Katy Perry taking the androgynous look a step too far or going all out towards this Autumn/Winter's hottest trend?

There's no denying that the androgynous look is set to return as we head into the winter months upon the arrival of the skirt suit, sharp shouldered jacket, white shirt, and shaped hairstyles.

French designer Balmain and others alike have created a huge range of broad shouldered jackets adding to the masculine feeling of the season while leaving we consumers spoilt for choice.

Jaeger, Armani, Fendi & Riccardo Tisci have also been at the forefront of winter fashion trough their unrivalled array of black skirt suits nipping women in at the waist, with the added bonus of sexy splits and architectural tailoring.

From Todd Lynn's shirtless number to Margaret Howells knee length masterpiece, The White Shirt is a timeless item seen yet again throughout the fashion shows of Paris, Rome, London, and Milan. Preferably dressed up, this wardrobe staple keeps within the monochrome set of A/W Fashion and will be reinvented time and time again while never losing it's homogeneous appeal.


Autumn/Winter 2009

Stepping away from the popularity of tie-dye vests, floral print dresses, and nautical striped polo's the high street turns to all things monochrome...

Bright prints are exchanged for Black's, White's, Brown's and Sand's upon the return of leather and the epitome of grown up elegance- The Camel Coat.

However winter won't seem as dull as you may think following the copious amounts of red fore casted to arrive, such as that strutted ever-so-sexily down the Prada and Louis Vuitton runways.

No! Don't for one second believe that you will be getting the shivers this year no matter how cold it may turn, as one shouldered dresses, studded boots, androgynous attire and corsets make a somewhat polar period seductive and sexy.