Will The Rise Of Secondhand Fashion Erase Gendered Shopping?

With their colourful, eccentric racks of clothing, secondhand shops have historically encouraged a gender-fluid shopping experience. Often, clothes are organized by fabric, colour, style or decade (rather than the exclusionary limitations of just “men’s” and “women’s”). Dressing rooms are gender-neutral, and tags simply list the item type and price. It’s a refreshing exception in a consumer-based society rigidly built around gender binaries. Read more at Refinery29