Genderless fashion: Express yourself!

Big fashion brands and clothing chains like Zara, Weekday, H&M and Burberry have done a few attempts in recent years as regards to creating "unisex collections".

But when you look at the promotional material, it often looks like they have made a cross-dressing collection; women wear suits and men wear lipgloss and skirts. Which, of course, is no problem.

We just think it is a bit expected, old and worn-out.

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