Considering the Esquire man's demonstrable comfort with his own sexuality (and gender, for that matter), we're sure it won't come as a surprise that uber-cool Swedish brand Acne have just launched a range inspired by "trannys".
We don't use the term loosely, merely taking our cue from our Scandinavian friends who've branded the range - with trademark subtlety - the "Tranny Collection".
Produced in silk crepe and Italian denim, Acne have avoided any "unisex" descriptions, instead going for "open-minded" and "wearable by both women and men". Described by Acne's creative director Jonny Johansson as a project "which touched on ideas I have always played with when designing for Acne, the tension between male and female and what happens when you shift things around a bit" the collection confronts notions of androgyny much toyed with by the Swedish brand.
With design touches brought in from both ends of the sex spectrum (including neck ruffles and puffed sleeves) - to wear Acne's Dynasty-inspired collection will mark you out as the ultimate renaissance man. Or, indeed, a tranny.