“Gendered fashion is on the way out,” writes Shelly Banjo in Quartz. “Fashion designers are mixing menswear and womenswear on the runway. Parents are pushing for genderless clothing that allows little girls to, say, wear science-themed t-shirts instead of princess dresses.”
To be sure, retailers like Gap, the North Face, and American Apparel have sold unisex clothing for years, though sizing is still typically cut across gender lines.
Today’s Question: Do you prefer ‘genderless’ clothing?