By  on June 2, 2011

Duckie Brown’s Steven Cox and Daniel Silver have always been fearless with their men’s wear designs, openly flirting with what some might dub more feminine overtures: crafting jackets from floral lace or sending shocking pink pants down the runway. “I suppose our stuff sometimes lends itself to women’s wear,” says Cox. “There’s a sense of color, a sense of humor and fun. We use organza, gazar, chiffon, which are classically women’s fabrics, but what makes a fabric a man’s or a woman’s? It doesn’t have a penis or a vagina.” Silver chimes in: “We’ve never been very good at limiting ourselves.”

This story first appeared in the June 2, 2011 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.

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