You have to respect dudes like Young Thug (and to a certain extent Kanye West) for their ability to look beyond gender when it comes to arranging their personal styles. Back in the 1990's you'd more likely see a dude with his shirt off than you'd see anybody rocking a skirt—or a little girl's dress. But while masculinity was firmly established among hip-hop's most notable names, today's rapper doesn't have to worry as much riding with established gender norms. As high-fashion continues to proliferate more and more into rapper's wardrobes, the belief that “fashion” is exclusively for the ladies is drifting into myth (skirts and dresses included).