The story began a few years ago in the US when the first GANT Rugger (a menswear brand) shop was opened at 353 Bleecker St in New York’s west village neighborhood. Girls were coming in and buying men’s shirts. I can totally relate, because I, too, love the boyfriend look, but also think that men usually seek for better quality in clothes than women, hence men’s clothes are of higher standards. And, so, the #girlsingantrugger movement was born. I personally love the collaboration of the brand with Columbine Smille, as these looks are so close to my personal style. She pairs GANT Rugger tweed blazers, chunky sweaters and worn-in oxford shirts with pieces from her own wardrobe and the result is a perfect feminine-masculine style.