• Harry Styles commented on the backlash he received for wearing a dress in the recent issue of Vogue.
  • Harry doesn’t think shutting out women’s clothing is productive and doesn’t sound like he plans to stop wearing dresses anytime soon.

    2020 is wrapping up quite nicely for Harry Styles, if you ask me. Harry’s critically acclaimed, bop-filled album Fine Line is nominated for three Grammy Awards, he’s set to start in Olivia Wilde’s upcoming film, Don’t Worry Darling, and oh yeah—he just became the first man EVER to appear on the cover of Vogue solo…which actually caused him to receive a ton of backlash.

    When Harry appeared on the cover of the Vogue in a Gucci dress, a bunch of haters criticized him literally because he was in a piece of clothing that is traditionally meant for women. But in his recent cover story with Variety, he’s pretty much letting everyone know that he doesn’t care about gender norms when it comes to clothing.

    “To not wear [something] because it’s females’ clothing, you shut out a whole world of great clothes. And I think what’s exciting about right now is you can wear what you like. It doesn’t have to be X or Y. Those lines are becoming more and more blurred,” he said.

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    Harry’s Vogue shoot actually led ultra conservative and pro-Trump supporter Candace Owens to tell her followers “bring back manly men,” which Harry gave the middle finger to in his Instagram post of him in yet another dress, this time, one he wore in his Variety shoot.

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    Harry gets the last laugh in the end—according to Page Six, his issue of Vogue is doing so well that it’s sold out at the moment and a second print is happening as we speak. “We sold 40,000 subscriptions since launch a little over a week ago, and have already ordered a second print run,” a Condé Nast staffer told the outlet.

    In conclusion: It’s Harry’s world and we’re just living in it. ¯_(ツ)_/¯

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