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A New Collection Guys And Girls Can Share With Each Other

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    This is so far beyond just stealing your guy's favorite tee (and maybe a jacket that doesn't need a "Boyfriend Fit" label to achieve the same effect). Nope, you're about to peep some looks that are unisex clothing at its most cool, and yes, chic. A fur collared jacket fit for a bro or a babe makes the Assembly fall '12 lookbook genius in its ability to style box sexes in an equally appealing fashion.

    While you won't spot the guys in Assembly's waist-tied shirt dresses and dreamy cream-colored pants suits, the fellas do hold their own in slim-fit trousers and upgraded hoodies and sweatshirts. A teamup between the New York boutique's owner, Greg Armas, and Claire Lampert, the collection shows hints of the latter's fresh and utilitarian flair—no wonder as she used to design for Bodkin. This time around we think Lampert creates an equal playing field for the men and women, in a collection that both unifies and flatters. Intrigued yet?

    Peruse the whole lookbook and let us know which set of ensembles won this round in the battle of the sexes.

    Photo: Courtesy of Assembly

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