Prayag Acharya

The one big victory in the gender-equality battle has been achieved by the fashion industry. We see so many collections and clothes that break gender stereotypes and make all kinds of outfits fun-to-wear for everyone. Here are our top picks.
1. Sabyasachi-

The designer has not only included gender-neutral clothing as seen on the models and confirmed by the designer himself during his collaboration with Christian Louboutin but also customised several looks for celebrities that have feminine attributes to the silhouette construction. Ranveer Singh even sported a Sabyasachi lehenga with a cropped blazer for a Vogue cover. 
2. Dion Lee-  
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There is an evident androgynous uniformity seen on their runway and, both, male/female models are seen wearing the same clothes. From corsets to cropped tank tops, from bodysuits to slit skirts and a lot more. Many male Instagram influencers have sported the brand and so have supermodels like Gigi and Bella Hadid.










3. Anaam- 

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Arukh . . . . Concept – Contemplating the creative process is  mysterious as water tumbling over a waterfall as watching wave swell and surrender to the shore. Water emerges in my work as a muse/ source of inspiration, as a focus of fluidity and as a metaphor of an ethical lifestyle. Water in its many forms has a unique ability to redefine itself and its aesthetic aspects. Water does not have an identity with any race, culture, ethnicity or religion. It's about inclusivity. A-Rukh which means ‘no direction’  is a concept which is  inspired by  water and its nature of taking any form, A-rukh represents its fluidity by giving birth to contemporary design with reversible , convertible garments and constructed with  multiple options to the wearer with many shapes, taking the form of the wearer as per its size and shape and identity, these are made with creative pattern making techniques and zero or minimum wastage and with high quality craftsmanship. It  gives freedom of choice because water, indeed, has no limitations and so thus our collection. The whole collection focuses on functionality, quality, durability, eco friendly and sustainability. Anaam's aim is to create a sustainable design through a conscious wearer. . . . Concept and Set Design Ideas – @thisismoh ( Mohit Chauhan ) . . . Execution – @husne_jahaan . . . Muse –  @thisismoh (Mohit Chauhan) Photography by –  @hameenasto (Adamya) Post production by @thisismoh ( Mohit Chauhan) Styled by – @mayankcee (Mayank Choudhary) And @husne_jahaan 🌹🌹🌹 . . . #aw #sneakpeak #arukh #nodirection #sustainablefashion #sustainabledesign #upcycledclothing #silhouette #generation #creativedesign #rtw #avantgarde #suiting #directionless #freedom #water #fluid #wind #india #delhi #nogender #fashionwithacause #futureoffashion #boy #girl #quarantine #wewillgetthroughthis #londonqueerfashionshow

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The label’s non-binary style can is described in their Instagram bio, ‘Anaam is not just a label, its a movement of sorts. It’s about a space where all definitions collapse and norms collide with each other.’ Even Sonam Kapoor has been photographed wearing their designs.
4. Thom Browne                                                                                       
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Regardless of gender, all the couples were seen twinning on the runway at the PFW (Paris Fashion Week) 2020 show in the same outfits. Cardi b, Billy Porter, Lena Waithe and Deepika Padukone – all have caught our eyes with their edgy Thom Browne apparels.
5. Manish Arora-  

The designer has created many looks for celebrities including Ru Paul’s Drag Race Season 10 winner AgeofAquaria. According to Ranveer Singh, the designer “humorously plays with gender ideas and make a statement.”
6. Telfar-  

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Queer affirmative is what wearing Telfar signifies in the fashion world, according to the celebrated filmmaker Terence Nance and VOGUE USA. ‘It’s not for you — It’s for everyone,’ their motto suggests that their outfits defy any kind of biases.
7. Loewe-  

Gender neutrality was on the front lines at the menswear 2020 show, as confirmed by acclaimed fashion critic Luke Meagher on his Youtube channel HauteLeMode, inspired by the 50s and the idea of presenting ‘A fantasy wardrobe.’ Jonathan Anderson gave us some fresh looks that involved men in dresses.
8. Alled Martinez-  

Femininely structured suits are what they specialise in, and the recent collections are themed around the obsessive sexuality of men in the pre-AIDS era, says to the designer. Even Harry Styles has performed in the brand’s outfits many times.
9. Palomo Spain-  

Palomo has been an LGBTQIA+ space wrapped up in glamorously chic designs. Famous queer icons Rita Ora and Harry styles have worn the label on red carpets and for concert performances.
10. Random Identities- 

‘Non-binary and future-facing’: quoted by designer Stefano Pilati himself, confirms the non-conforming nature of the brand.

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