Fashion magazine Vogue is reporting that it is looking to sell off its entire line of dress styles that don’t fit a particular aesthetic.
The magazine says that the majority of its current line of dresses, which have been around since the mid-20th century, are made from materials that are neither “traditional” nor “feminine.”
Fashion magazines are notoriously secretive about the design and quality of their products, so Vogue was kind enough to share with us a selection of dresses that the magazine says are just not for them.
“In some ways, Vogue has become the only fashion magazine with a collection of designs that are not meant to be for everyone,” the magazine said.
“We wanted to share the range of the range to give you the freedom to be a fashionista in your own skin.”
It is the first time Vogue’s designers have taken a step back from the traditional styles of the past and are exploring the options available to them in a new era.
Some of the dresses Vogue says are not for women, like a floral dress, which it calls “floral, but not feminine,” are also not for men.
The company is also selling a limited edition velvet dress that the company says “is intended for both men and women.”
The Vogue collection is not the only one that has made the move to a new aesthetic.
Designer Michael Kors has been selling a range of women’s and men’s dresses that are meant to make women feel confident.
The range includes a number of dresses made from high-end fabrics, but Vogue doesn’t offer a description for these dresses.
“They are meant for women who want to show off their curves without compromising their sense of style,” Vogue said in a statement.
“Men are in a slightly different boat, because their designs are meant specifically for men.”
Vogue and other designers are also looking at what kind of dresses are considered “casual,” which is a category that includes some of the most expensive designer dresses in the world.
“Some people may be looking for something with a touch of luxury and sophistication, while others may be searching for something a little more casual,” Viciously Fabrics, the company that makes the Vogue dress collection, told us in a blog post.
“The Vogue fashion collection reflects both styles and the consumer’s needs for style and function.”