An interesting thing happened to me this morning at Starbucks. In the dreaming time between waiting for my coffee and checking my messages, a man complimented me on the shirt I was wearing. Not so weird, but then he started telling me how he prefers the drape and fabrics of women's blouses and buys his shirts in the women's section at Zara's. Now he had my full attention and we chatted about our favorite collections at Paris Fashion Week. About how Riccardo Tisci at Givenchy really gets menswear and has been liberating it from the tyranny of overt masculinity in his last couple of shows. I was appraising Chatty Stranger the entire time and he was wearing Very Nice Clothes. An hour or so later as I was shopping for something completely unfashion related at Simons Department Store I almost bumped into a pop up clothing installation someone had put up in my path. On closer inspection and reading the captions I felt a fritz of coincidence traveling down my spine: Unisex Fashion Collection. And on the racks...an assortment of gender neutral pants and skirts, dresses and t-shirts. Now that unisex clothing has hit this retailer does it mean it will finally go mainstream?