This Genderless Fashion Brand Will Resonate With The Individualists

For Tanner Richie and Fletcher Kasell, launching their genderless clothing line, Tanner Fletcher, in 2020 wasn’t a ploy to capitalize on some new, buzzy fashion term — the word “genderless,” after all, has become as ubiquitous a selling angle as the word sustainable. Instead, the launch felt more personal and purposeful. The clothing label was a tangible reflection of their own identities as creatives (they both studied fashion merchandising in college) combined with their personal desires to do away with gender labeling in fashion. Thus emerged Tanner Fletcher ready-to-wear, a collection that merges vintage-inspired silhouettes — they love drawing inspiration from the ‘50s, ’60s, and ’70s — with elements of interior design (Richie’s speciality). Read more at The Zoe Report