However, time has changed and believe it or not, we are living in the age where what we wear does not define who we really are, be it emotionally or professionally.
And rest assured one might have come across a doctor who dresses like a painter or a painter who dresses like a doctor since fashion, all this while, is about expressing your individuality.
Case in point: A soft, bow-front chiffon shirt in lipstick red that obviously reflect a taste of feminine softness paired with straight masculine trousers, classic Double G buckled leather belt and mink-lined slippers.
Another version of the same look but in black-white geometrical print worn below a chunky knitwear and beret pays homage to the beatnik/bohemian style that once thrived along Paris’ Rive Gauche.
Another non-conformist piece that is set to become the talk of the fashion sphere is lucid lace top with frayed hemming. A daring piece that yearns to be taken seriously, it can be said that it takes a real man to wear something that is audacious and usually reserved for red-blooded women.
Like the previous collections, there’s always a subtle hint of rock n’ roll as the designer is often known for her penchant on the music genre as well as her humongous personal vinyl records collection.
Outerwear such as jackets are mostly double-breasted and in slim-fitting silhouette while suits are doused in graphic geometrical prints.
Now, if you look carefully through the collection, you might notice that Frida is paying her homage to the classic Where’s Waldo or Where’s Wally — depending on which terra firma you are living on — through that recognisable stripe combo of red and white.