The #TimesUp movement may have spawned an all-black dress code, but a white blazer and matching pants have become synonymous with strong women since the ’70s. Bianca Jagger favoured them, ditto Gaga, who’s even been spotted leaving JFK wearing one; and who can forget Celine Dion’s John Galliano reverse tux at the 1999 Oscars (if you ask us, that was her original fashion moment). The S/S ’18 runways make the look even more relevant. From relaxed, masculine renditions (Acne and Jil Sander) to more glamorous styles like Tom Ford’s with high-waisted pants and peaked shoulders, this is for women who want to #StandOut.
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