queer style

Sonny Oram, founding editor of Qwear, wanted to ensure that lesbians had the proper attire to infiltrate conservative communities
The writer strips down while sharing their journey for “The What’s Underneath Project."
Marcia Alvarado What was your experience like there as women in the menswear vertical? Danielle: We were asked to produce
Fashion and beauty have always been political. They are socially constructed languages that vary across time, culture, class, race, ethnicity, religion and gender, to name a few.
If you're in Austin this is something you don't want to miss.
Ace Rivington founder Beau Lawrence describes his line as "the embodiment of today's American man," so the decision to cast this duo demonstrates Ace Rivington's efforts in dismantling normative notions about masculinity and "menswear."
I interviewed De La Rosa and Davis to get QFW's insight about queer style and its impact on the fashion industry and mainstream culture.
Leon Wu, the founder and CEO of Sharpe Suiting, also joined the conversation and said queer fashion is not a niche market
Sicardi and Tutera agreed, noting that androgyny doesn't necessarily mean looking masculine or feminine, but depends on how
Years ago, best advice I could give was to shop in traditional women's wear, menswear, and boys' departments and hope for the best. The problem with this was that none of the clothing offered in these departments appealed to our readers' tastes or fit their bodies.
In the 18th century a dandy was defined as an immaculately dressed man who holds in great importance style, refinement and