You’ve heard a lot about “Unisex fashion” but don’t understand what it is? Born ever? How does this unisex fashion look like? Who can wear it? These are the questions many people ask when they learn about Unisex.
Unisex fashion is somewhat more independent than other trends on the market today. Designers offer specific consumer-oriented products. For those who love the youthful, personality and liberal style, unisex is the perfect choice.
Unisex is considered a small branch of the harajuku movement from Japan. In fact today, the fashion market also has its own stores for “non-sex” fashion followers. Unisex fashion brings strength to girls, charm for boys. Therefore, it becomes more curious, stimulating the desire to break, test and conquer young people.
Unisex is no exception for those who want to change style, even office workers.
Unisex was known in 1960 when there were hundreds of trained designers to design costumes for both genders. In March 1960, Selfridges – one of London’s most prestigious clothing stores. The store has set aside 3 floors of frontage right on the crowded Oxford Street to display unisex clothes. Along with this, all the shopkeepers here wear unisex outfits from designer names like Haider Ackermann, Ann Demeulemeester and Gareth Pugh.
Even the store’s website is designed with non-sexual inspiration and on the home page one can easily find products for both sexes.
However, this fashion style is still unknown, as well as unpopular. When it comes to each person in their psychology, when meeting a person will always want to know whether the person is male or female. Unisex is a cultural and cultural fight about gender.
In 1968 when the US fashion industry was concerned. Unisex movements began to rekindle and grow stronger. Starting from the Paris catwalk – where famous designers like Pierre Cardin, Andre Courreges and Paco Rabanne launch non-gender designs show equality for both sexes. After this event, there were many more fashion stores in the US selling Unisex outfits. However, in 1969 stores were closed because they could not sell.
Over more than a decade, unisex fashion is actually more popular. Not only for people with the third gender but it is worn by very ordinary couples. This style is more popular and is loved by many people including children.