I have never had more respect for a designer than I have for the team at Antipodium. Not only did they send a man down their catwalk for their opening look (can't get more androgynous than that), but they also used women of different sizes as models. Now that's creativity, blurring the boundaries and breaking the rules. I suppose it comes back to what fashion always was: an art form. It's all too easy to get caught up in the cute clothes on ideal bodies and forget that those kids look exactly the same as everybody else. Creativity may not always sell well, but it ought to be more celebrated than commercialism.