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If you've had a little trouble finding that motivation to get moving in the cold, pumping some style into your activewear game may inspire you to get your ass out the door. The trend reports still have the neutrals coming in hot and I've always had a soft spot for monochrome (ish) trainers, especially those from one of the most trusted names in the quality footwear league. From Nike, the lightweight runner in Oatmeal is super-flexible and thoughtfully detailed for ultimate comfort and maximum style.
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NEW YORK TIMES

The men’s wear shows, which kicked off in London at the start of the month and move on to Paris this week, have seen a seismic stylistic shift: Men and women are walking the runways together. Radical? Well, yes, for fashion at least, which has segregated the genders for decades, centuries even. But the coed notion in fashion has been bubbling up for a few seasons now: Gucci has been staging coed shows since Alessandro Michele became creative director in January 2015, and Miuccia Prada began mixing women’s looks with her men’s wear beginning with the spring 2014 season. But now, on the fall 2017 men’s runways, everything seems to be blurring into one. This season’s runways are a reflection of — and maybe even an active participant in — a wider cultural shift away from prescriptive gender norms.

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