Another thing that has changed with the reboot is the concept of gender fluidity when it comes to the cast's wardrobes. "Some of Max's shirt button-downs are women's blouses. For example, the lace Paco Rabanne shirt he wears at the fashion show is categorised as women's wear," Eric told POPSUGAR.
"We are in a world where we can talk about gender fluidity. Max can wear a woman's blouse without being in drag or looking too camp while still being sexy AF. He's the sexiest guy in the room because he wears it with confidence, and it doesn't look like a joke. If we'd put Chuck Bass in a women's lace blouse, it would have been ridiculous. We're playing with these boundaries and seeing these lines get blurred while having a bigger conversation about fluidity."
Clearly, from the conversations being had behind the scenes to the designers who were chosen, the cast's wardrobes seem to reflect a modern viewpoint that more of us can relate to.