It’s an indication of the instances.
Harry Styles threw some delicate shade at Candace Owens on Wednesday in response to the political pundit’s criticism of his Vogue cover, for which he wore a Gucci ball robe.
“Bring back manly males,” he captioned a picture of himself sporting a powder blue swimsuit and ruffled shirt whereas consuming a banana.
In November, Owens, 31, tweeted the phrases that Styles, 26, utilized in his caption.
The conservative wrote, “There is not any society that may survive with out robust males. The East is aware of this. In the west, the regular feminization of our males on the identical time that Marxism is being taught to our kids is just not a coincidence. It is an outright assault. Bring back manly males.”
Styles additionally addressed Owens’ remarks in a new interview with Variety on Wednesday, stating, “To not put on [something] as a result of it is females’ clothes, you shut out a complete world of nice garments. And I believe what’s thrilling about proper now’s you’ll be able to put on what you want. It does not must be X or Y. Those traces have gotten increasingly blurred.”
The “Watermelon Sugar” singer was Vogue’s first solo male cowl star.
He told the publication that he has an admiration for girls’s clothes and is impressed by gender-bending performers like David Bowie, Prince, Elvis, Freddie Mercury and Elton John, somebody whose music he additionally admires.
“Now I’ll put on one thing that feels actually flamboyant, and I do not really feel loopy sporting it,” Styles stated. “I believe when you get one thing that you simply really feel superb in, it is like a superhero outfit. Clothes are there to have enjoyable with and experiment with and play with.”
He added, “What’s actually thrilling is that every one of those traces are simply sort of crumbling away. When you are taking away ‘There’s garments for males and there is garments for girls,’ when you take away any limitations, clearly you open up the world in which you’ll be able to play.”