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Get the look of Malaika Holmén's coveted menswear cover

By Josefin Forsberg

Photo: Benjamin Alexander Huseby

The ultimate guide on how to achieve super-model to be Malaika Holmén's cover look from our December-January issue

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Fashion has no gender – or at least it shouldn't.

While gender has dictated style for centuries, we are living amidst a sartorial paradigm shift of vast proportions. Over the last couple of years, the shift has seeped through all levels of society – from runways to street style.

As the Council of Fashion Designers added a new category of "unisex/nonbinary" in 2018 to New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week abandoned their binary schedule, merging their women’s and menswear shows in 2020 the lines blur, the fashion world finds itself in a new era of sartorial liberation. A liberation that Vogue Scandinavia continues to celebrate in our December-January issue where we see cover star Malaika Holmén

Below, we're honing in on the singular styling of Tereza Ortiz and why we lean into this new merger of masculine and feminine.

Shop our coveted December-January issue now

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The oversized suit

Jacket, €3,700, Shirt, price on request, Trousers, €1,700. All Louis Vuitton Menswear. Ear cuff, €170. Louis Abel. . Photo: Benjamin Alexander Huseby