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This fall, women will wear bow-ties, men will wear glitter, and both genders will heartily embrace the color purple. "With dresses for women and traditional suiting for men popular in the past couple of years, designers have decided to turn the mainstream on its head," explains Forbes. Does this mean boys in gladiator sandals (like the one in today's Daily News mandal article) are ahead of trend? Maybe not—the original gladiators were awfully macho, after all. [Forbes; Previously]