When I saw, the title of the article “Boys will be Girls,” I was a bit excited, ideally expecting respectful criticism or critique of the fashion industry’s deep gender lines. Looking again at the title, I should have expected something different. While acknowledging the designers mentioned may have been wholly excited and supportive of the blurred spaces between the gender binary, the article seems to make light of transgender or “transsexual” individuals as “femiman trends.” On the other hand, the article also encourages a space where male identifying people can also be feminine or pursue androgyny and still choose to identify with a single gender. While the casual attitude doesn’t sit well without any acknowledgement of the reality of transgender or transsexual people living below the crystal upper-class couture houses, the approach of a top-down embrace of non-binary gender identity and expression can also create spaces for transgender people. Beyond that, the article’s concluding statement on the “new gender fluidity in fashion, in which traditional male and female attitudes are less relevant” feels a bit dismissive, but hopeful, in the gender-divided fashion world.