• Saruta Chaochavanil for POLYCHROME

5 Unisex Labels delivering Genderless Fashion

The words“feminine” and “masculine” are blurring. Streetstyle trends and runways alike have been highlighting the rise of more unisex silhouettes. Imagine how cool it is to be able to shop labels that are not “sex specific” and for people to have a more relaxed attitude towards fashion. With summer around the corner, fashion is punctuated with fun prints and patterns. We’ve rounded up the creative brands to keep an eye on in 2018 that make the most

of unisex styling and fun patterns.

Unisex Fashion is pushing bounderies

images from: Alexmullins.co.uk, Charlesjeffrey.net , Polychrome

Loverboy fashion brand
Loverboy fashion label by Charles Jeffrey

From his first debut at London Fashion Week, Charles Jeffrey proved he was a rising star to watch when he won the British Emerging Talent at 2017's Fashion Awards. This creative force got his start when he launched the Loverboy night club which had become popular among cool kids in the hood and turned into the most talked-about artistic fashion label of the moment. In addition to being a talented designer, he is also a gifted illustrator. His collection was inspired from the childhood pain of being bullied growing up gay; fashion was his way of showing those bullies that they couldn’t beat him. His label doesn't only offer fresh silhouettes and energetic prints; he also donated 30% of the proceeds from his collection to Diversity Role Models, a charity that exists to to tackle homophobic, biphobic, and transphobic bullying.

Check out more on his Instagram

Alex Mullins genderless fashion
Alex Mullins unisex fashion brand