Androgynous, menswear-inspired fashion is a huge trend right now, but that doesn’t mean it’s actually easy to find clothes that transcend gender—especially for masculine women and trans people, whose bodies might not fit the specs that mainstream designers have in mind.
Within the past few years, a few indie brands have popped up specifically to fill that void. And, on Saturday, the Brooklyn Museum hosted (un)Heeled, one of the largest gender-queer fashion shows in the world. Produced by dapperQ , a style website dubbed “GQ for the unconventionally masculine,” the show featured multiple brands that design masculine attire for women and trans-identified costumers. It also served to express an alternate point of view to the Museum’s current exhibit: Killer Heels.
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