Tag: Queer Fashion

This Streetwear Brand Helps Queer And Trans People In Prison

Arianna Gil, an anti-capitalist anarchist, is liberating incarcerated queer people of color… by designing t-shirts. In October of 2016, she and her feminist collective Brujas launched a streetwear line that rages against the prison-industrial system. The black and white collection is emblazoned with slogans such as “Correction: Fire to the…

Why Do Lesbians Love Key Rings?

In the 2015 film Sisters, Kate McKinnon saves the day by whipping out a staple of the lesbian lifestyle: a collection of carabiners. For some reason, lesbians love carabiners, the square-ish metal keyrings that loop their belt loops. Carabiners have become just as much a stereotype as flannel shirts, pixie…

Snapbacks & Sun Glasses: Lagerfeld Coaxes Cara Delevingne Out ‘Model’ Retirement For Chanel’s SS16 Eyewear Campaign

It would appear Cara Delevingne has been coaxed out of modeling retirement by Karl Lagerfeld, to become the face of Chanel’s SS16 eyewear campaign. Sporting sunglasses and glasses, along with tweed and backwards caps from Lagerfeld’s airlines-themed collection, Delevingne channels her Tomboy chic style. In an interview with The Sunday Times, Karl Lagerfeld said of Cara She’s a character.…

Queer Fashion | The Shoeholic

Queer Fashion | Shoeholic – Updating your shoe closet this season? Before you head out to the mall on a shopping spree, check out our favourite footwear trends. From trainers to heels, we’ve got you covered. Skater Shoes There were a lot of 90s inspired footwear this season, and the…

First Look at Ellen DeGeneres’ New Clothing Range

As we all, know America’s favourite funny lady Ellen DeGeneres is adding ‘designer’ to her résumé, with the launch lifestyle brand ED (pronounced “Ed,” a nod to wife Portia de Rossi’s nickname for her).   And now we’re starting to get a peak at the new collection, which serves up cool tailored clothing and eclectic…

Selfridges Department Store Goes Gender Neutral

Iconic high-end retail store Selfridges based in the UK, has announced it is set to stock its shelves with unisex clothing. The high-end store, which is known for revolutionizing fashion is ditching its separate men and women’s departments and will instead have three floors of unisex clothing. It is described as a “a fashion exploration…