Articles tagged with "Gender Inclusive"
Josh Sims writing for Sphere magazine explores the topic of gender and how it's re-shaping the fashion industry as we once knew it.
From the article:
"Recent years have seen the progressive fashion world look to break away from the age-old binary paradigm of clothing for men and clothing for women, one which shapes how clothing is designed, made, marketed and sold, and which in turn can shape how people think about themselves."
"The shift, of course, has come in parallel with an often-controversial discussion in the wider culture about gender identity."
"in seeking to deconstruct the gender bias of its products, the fashion industry is also following in the footsteps of other huge industries: toys, bedding and cosmetics, for example. It’s an ethical, intellectual and, perhaps above all, an experimental exercise: just why do we continue to define certain products by gender? Should clothing be without gender, or, conversely, even seek to cater to a multiplicity of genders?"
Posted: 6 January 2023
Where can we buy shoes and boots in larger sizes?
Where can we buy shoes & boots in larger sizes?
Finding shoes to fit larger feet can be a problem, so we've compiled a list of retailers that supply sizes of footwear larger than EU42/UK8/US10.5.
Now with over 80 different retailers from around the world, finding that special pair of large sized shoes, high heels or boots should be easier than ever!
Head on over to our Retailer Directory now, or use the Retailers option in the main menu on your next visit.
Posted: 25 November 2022
UK newspaper Daily Mail reports on the multiple outfits featuring high heels worn by Lenny Kravitz (@lennykravitz) at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards. It was a moment pure rock and roll fashion excellence with Kravitz sporting 3 different pairs of high heeled boots, including a pair from Christian Louboutin's new "Our Angels" inclusive sized collection.
Posted: 24 June 2022
Forbes Magazine reports on our use of language when it comes to Gender. We often use language habitually, built up through social interaction and education, but small changes in the way we use language can go a long way to making minority groups feel included in the conversation.
Posted: 28 April 2022