Ever since Daniel Silver and Steven Cox launched their irreverent menswear label, Duckie Brown, in 2001, many young ladies (including this one) have been a little jealous. “Why can’t we get a taste of Duckie’s cheeky, exaggerated wares?” they’d wonder while surveying the CFDA Award-winning designers’ blousy tunics, tartan prints, and elegant jackets. Well, girls, you needn’t continue your green-eyed ways. Today, Silver and Cox announced that they’ll be showing ten womenswear looks when they present their menswear collection at New York fashion week this February. “Duckie Brown has always been inspired by traditional men’s tailoring, and, as designers, we¹re always inspired by womenswear. So the collection will be a reflection of that,” Silver told WWD. “I’m nervous like I was at the beginning of Duckie Brown, and that’s nice,” added Cox. Given their penchant for gender bending (they’ve sent more than a few boys in skirts down the runway), we think that, when it comes to womenswear, the pair will take like ducks to water.