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June Top 13: Brands That Design Well For All Identities

June is Pride Month and San Francisco is showing its colors, inspiring us to think about brands that design well for all types of gender identities:

01

ONEDNA is your place for clothing basics, designed without the limitations of gender, size, or race.

02

Hims changed how people talk about hair loss and erectile dysfunction, and they did it in a design forward, inclusive way.

03

Australian gender netural skincare brand Asarai believes in the power of natural ingredients and helping the planet. A portion of their sales will always go to helping the planet we all share.

04

The Gentlewoman is a UK-Based company that is part online magazine, part printed magazine, part club and part shop.

05

“The first unisex gender neutral collection in fashion history est. 2007” is the headline on Rad Hourani’s home page, and that says it all.

06

Dovana Delights are cannabis infused caramels to be enjoyed by all (adults).

07

Bringing butch into fashion, we love the fashion line from WildFang. From button ups that fit to casual tees and suiting, they have you covered in style.

08

2018 was Bad Bunny’s year, with huge songs featuring artists like Cardi B, Will Smith, and Drake. He’s also been championing a new type of masculinity directly challenging the traditional Latin male machismo.

09

Designed with the androgynous fragrance market in mind, Laboratory Perfumes might be new, but with stunning scents, gender-neutral packaging and a socially-conscious business plan, the brand is worth investing in.

10

Geared toward and about women, Muse is the latest digital and printed magazine from The Robb Report bring the ladies to the forefront.

11

Cora is making menstruation chic, and helping women around the world while doing it. Beautifully designed with ease of use in mind, every month purchased sends a month’s supply of pads to girls in need.

12

For the 3rd year, Threes Brewery in New York is releasing their “Gender Neutral” Lager. With a portion of sales going to the Human Rights Campaign, this is far from a limited edition publicity release.

13

ELLE mag, yes girl, for putting the beautiful Indya Moore on the cover.

 

 

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