We continually explore the Unicorn people should seriously stop expecting normal for me we all know it’s never going to happen shirt Additionally,I will love this possibilities for the creation of ethically made garments with impeccable attention to textiles and craftsmanship. I believe garments should not be limited to gender as a scale for its purpose as an object. I enjoy dressing both genders and breaking down stereotypes surrounding gender and identity.The laced kaftan is worn with a handmade knitted cardigan. The silhouette works perfectly on any gender. The kaftan’s fabric was spun in Funtua [a town in Nigeria] from locally grown cotton and hand-dyed with a generational dyeing technique called batik, and the cardigan was handcrafted — both were made by artisans in Lagos.Obegero, 27, is one to watch. The Central Saint Martins graduate, who hails from northern Spain, is known not only for precisely tailored gender-neutral separates, but also for creating from sustainably sourced materials leftover from haute couture houses.
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I want to create garments with soul and substance that people can cherish forever and make them feel free to express themselves. It’s about fantasy, especially today when it’s most needed. Genderless fashion is not a new topic for me—it’s how I’ve always appreciated clothes. Society forces a close-minded idea of gender on us all, and myUnicorn people should seriously stop expecting normal for me we all know it’s never going to happen shirt Additionally,I will love this role as a designer is to help deconstruct it.Research is important and I don’t usually draw—cutting and draping are my strengths. The lockdown hasn’t changed my process as our styles are produced in limited quantities from leftover fabric rolls. We’ve felt encouraged to slow down, though.The 28-year-old Finnish designer mixes leather silhouettes and sharp tailoring to inform their pieces. The Central Saint Martins graduate called their final collection Butch as an ode to their reinterpretation of nonconformist gender clothing, marginalized butch identities and visibility.