When it comes to the future of the menswear industry, men should stop worrying about the Kardashians
The American conservative publication The American Spectator published a story this week in which they argued that the mohawks and the mink suits are a dead end, as they have failed to deliver on their promise of modern day elegance and style.
In the article, titled The mens fashion world is dead.
The men’s fashion industry is not, the authors write, because it is dead, it is alive.
“The mens mens world is alive and kicking,” the authors state, noting that the fashion industry has been revitalized in recent years by a number of high profile women who have been the face of mens apparel and accessories, such as Domenico Dolce and Alexander Wang.
The article goes on to argue that the trend of mohawk and mink, and the trend to be more feminine, are only going to continue.
The mohawked and minky muffs have been popular for years now, and while they are not completely dead, they are definitely in the decline, the writers write.
In fact, the moustache and the neckline are gaining in popularity, they say, which is a good thing, since men are tired of wearing them.
It is no coincidence that the popularity of the headscarf and the veil is going down, according to the authors.
The authors also note that the rise of the “feminine mens” in the world of fashion has made the fashion world more “feminist,” which has been beneficial to men, but has also been detrimental to women, as it has led to a number social issues.
The editors of the American Spectators piece, in their own words, point to an increase in the number of women in senior management positions and as women get more involved in the fashion business, which has led many men to turn to women as their primary fashion designer.
According to the American Conservative, the fashion and men’s industries have been “slowly recovering” from the past decade of the Obama presidency, when the president campaigned against men’s issues, such in domestic violence, rape culture, and gay rights.
The American Conservatives article continues, saying that the men’s market is expected to grow at a rate of 2.5% a year from 2019 to 2021, with the growth rate for men of 2% being an increase from 1.6% a decade ago.
This means that by 2021, men will make up about 80% of the overall market, the article states.
But this growth is expected “to be a slow and painful process” for men, the American Conservatives states, because “there are too many issues that men still need to address, too many challenges to be tackled, and too much uncertainty around our economic future.”