Coco Chanel used to wear her boyfriend's suits in the early 1900s — she was an innovator in chic, elegant, and comfortable clothing beyond antiquated, gendered fashion. Decades later in 2007, Rad Hourani made the first gender-neutral unisex collection in fashion history.
With artists like Chanel and Hourani paving the gender-free way, there are now dozens of talented designers offering a range of androgynous and unisex clothes that aren't just admired for their social justice stance, but for being wearable art.
They range from bold, bright-patterned athleisure to elegant staple pieces, chic jewelry, and even shoes — all of which are still pioneers in the art of gender-neutral fashion. These brands are celebrated not only for being gorgeous but for mirroring social change in the 21st century.
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