Fashion and Gender have been quite intimate on the runway. Gucci's newly appointed fashion director, Alessandro Michele showcased 'genderless' fashion, androgynous models walked for Margiela's womenswear show. It seems that industry is realizing that fashion is fluid and can't fit in to gender norms.
Its time that high-street fashion brand Zara introduced 'Ungendered', a new completely gender-neutral section in its TRF label.
Its a capsule collection of 16 basics that has everything from t-shirts, sweatshirts, denim and shorts. Everything's unisex and is cotton based, available in neutral colors and is also photographed on both male and female model on the website.