He drags the patriarch down.
So claims the conservative fire brand Candace Owens on the new cover of American Vogue of 26-year-old singer “Cherry” Harry Styles, in which he wears a ball gown and a jacket made to order by Gucci.
“There is no society that can survive without strong men,” Owens, 31, wrote on Twitter in response to photos of Stiles, who became Vogue’s first solo male cover star. “The East knows that. In the West, the stable feminization of our men at the same time as Marxism is taught to our children is no accident. This is an outright attack. Bring back the masculine men. “
The tweet garnered over 74,000 likes. His favorite response from actress and director Olivia Wilde has over 58,000 likes and reads “You̵
In the Vogue profile, Stiles speaks openly about his love for traditional women’s clothing. “Sometimes I’ll go shopping and just look at women’s clothing, thinking they’re amazing,” he told the magazine, adding that “you can never be overdressed. No such thing. “
He is inspired by male gender-sensitive showmen, including David Bowie, Prince, Elvis, Freddie Mercury and Elton John, to whom he also performs musically.
While lavish outfits felt “mind-boggling” as a child, today he feels comfortable in more extreme outfits. “Now I’m going to wear something that feels really gorgeous and I don’t feel crazy when I wear it. “I think if you get something that makes you feel amazing, it’s like a superhero outfit,” he said. “The clothes are there to have fun, experiment and play. What’s really exciting is that all these lines are just falling apart. When you take away “There are clothes for men and there are clothes for women”, after removing any barriers, you obviously open the arena where you can play. “