Most of those idealized concepts rely on traditional notions of masculinity. I suspect that's primarily because men still think it effete to consider their attire too much, so its got to look overtly, and acceptably manly, otherwise no dice. Since sales figures are the ultimate deciding factor, we get re-introduced to the same ideas again, and again, and again.
Conversely, the heterosexual male community doesn't want things to be hyper masculine, because that too is perceived as being too gay. So a blander middle ground is what gets sent out for review on a regular basis.
As a matter of fact, we are. But its also part of what drives our endless creativity, and our seeming inexhaustible desires. Our ability to hold two opposing positions concurrently, is one of the great strengths, and weaknesses, that we as a species possess. Its a huge part of our adaptability, but also blinds us to our own hypocrisies. That kind of push pull, is what is present here in this Balmain collection of menswear. It wants us to believe in the ideals of masculine behaviors, but only up to a point.