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In September 2015, Young Thug—who’d been mocked for wearing dresses onstage and, infamously, on the cover of Dazed Magazine—explained why 90 percent of his wardrobe is women’s clothing: “Because women’s clothes are [slimmer] than men’s clothes. The jeans I got on right now, they’re women’s jeans. But they fit how they’re supposed to fit. Like a rock star. The only thing I probably have in men’s is, like, briefs. T-shirts,” he told GQ, adding that he started wearing women’s garments when he was just 12 years old.

Young Thug isn’t the only one on the give-a-f*ck-about-your-gender-norms wave. Jaden Smith has worn dresses and buys "girl’s clothes, I mean, clothes." He also starred in Louis Vuitton's Spring / Summer 2016 women's campaign and, this month, appeared in a Vogue Korea spread wearing women’s clothing and nail polish.