Intimates Are the Latest Area of Fashion to Go Genderless

Fashion is increasingly going genderless, and it’s about time. On the runways, labels such as Givenchy, Gucci, and Balenciaga have blended their menswear and womenswear collections into one—showcasing looks that can move fluidly between the two—and fewer retailers are thinking of their seasonal buys from a gendered perspective as a result. All the while, stars like Lil Nas X, Harry Styles, and Conan Gray are stepping out wearing skirts and heels, and Kim Kardashian is wearing Balenciaga menswear. It’s a refreshing change of pace. And now, the movement is even permeating into the lingerie and intimates categories—a realm of fashion that has been notoriously gendered. Read more at Vogue