AGENCY OF RELEVANCE
Fashion’s new future might not be gender-speciﬁc. The
rage of the runway in 2015, the genderless and
androgynous fashion trend is on ﬁre, with more and
more brands challenging the notion of what is masculine
and feminine, giving people an opportunity to simply
wear what looks and feels right to them. In 2016 we will
see more Genderless fashion.
Check out Selfridges’ Agender
campaign, which aimed to
encourage its shoppers to
transcend traditional notions of
male and female dress to ﬁnd
their perfect ﬁt.
© SPARKS & HONEY 2015
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