20 Gender Neutral Fashion Brands To Know & Love In 2023

Broaden your wardrobe horizon: shop genderlessly

With fashion being one of the most creative forms of self-expression, it is somewhat surprising that so many brands categorise their clothes into two genders. As the voices of those who do not identify as strictly male or female are slowly being heard, more brands are designing gender neutral collections to suit all.

With that in mind, we bring you our favourite gender neutral fashion brands, so that if you find yourself wanting more than the average female/male fashion offering, you’ve got it…

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Gender Neutral Brands To Know & Love

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1. Charles Jeffrey Loverboy

Scottish designer Charles Jeffrey is a fashion powerhouse for today’s global LGBTQ+ community, creating designs that have helped shape the queer clubbing scene. The designer, whose garments have been worn by the likes of Harry Styles, Tilda Swinton and BTS, set up his label Charles Jeffrey Loverboy in 2015 following his graduation from London’s Central St Martins. Expect fun and colourful designs that will make you stand out from the crowd (subtlety is overrated here), with styles inspired by the 70s punk and 80s glamrock movements.


Two models stood in colourful dungarees, on yellow floor and cream background


Gender neutral, but make it sustainable. That’s the goal for UK fashion brand YUK FUN, which was founded in 2014 by design duo Lucy Cheung and Patrick Gildersleeves. Created for those with a love of all things fun and colourful, the brand makes its garments in small batches and regularly collaborates with artists on new designs. Dungarees are made to order by small, Brighton-based brand The Emperor’s Old Clothes, who hand screen print designs onto the fabric. Each pair has been created from either 100 percent organic cotton or deadstock fabric, and printed with eco-friendly water based inks created by YUK FUN.


a group of gender neutral models pose for Harris Reed collection

3. Harris Reed

Known as the designer who made a dress for Harry Styles in less than a week for the cover of Vogue, Harris Reed is the celebrities choice for gender-fluid fashion. You’ll start seeing his iconic ultra-wide brimmed hats (worn by Emma Corrin at The Brit Awards), and pussy-bow blouses (worn by Adele in her music video, Oh My God) everywhere.


Three models walking the runway lined up together

4. Daniel w. Fletcher

In an interview with Vogue, British designer Daniel w. Fletcher highlighted: ‘My beliefs are still the same — a shirt is a shirt and a pair of trousers is a pair of trousers — to be worn by anyone.’ Having showcased many of his collections at London Fashion Week, the designer is keen to blur the boundaries between traditional men’s and women’s clothing. Think strong, streamlined silhouettes, tailored shirts and trousers, and retro patterns.


best gender neutral fashion brands: Nicopanda

5. Nicopanda

Nicopanda is a New York based streetwear brand specialising in colourful tulle dresses, graphic hoodies, and boiler suits with vibrant prints. The brand reflects the personal style of its founder Nicola Formichetti, who is somewhat of a style icon in the big apple. Anyone can wear these clothes, and anyone should.



6. Telfar

Telfar, a unisex clothing line created in New York in 2005, is ‘not for you — it’s for everyone’. Sold internationally, you’ll find an eclectic array of clothes and accessories online, including the White Castle 2020 collection, pendants, high-quality leather belts and multicolour versions of the iconic Telfar shopper, affectionately known in some circles as the ‘Bushwick Birkin’ due to its ubiquity and broad appeal.


Riley studio

7. Riley Studio

An antidote both to fast fashion and restrictive gender norms in clothing, minimalist concept brand Riley Studio makes fully sustainable, timeless separates to suit just about everyone. The Mediterranean-inspired Collection 04, crafted entirely from textile waste and organic cotton, adds warm-weather basics like crisp striped shirts and shorts to the line. You can shop the collection as well as the brand’s wider selection of tees and stylish outerwear online or at Selfridges.


Eckhaus Latta

8. Eckhaus Latta

Gender neutrality was at the forefront of this label’s SS19 show, with bold prints such as red and white stripes and a glorious cowhide design that would work on any and all genders. Found in prestige shopping locations across the globe such as Dover Street Market in New York, Galeries Lafayette in Paris, Opening Ceremony in Tokyo, Matches in London, as well as Net-A-Porter and Ssense online, Ekhaus Latta designer Mike Eckhaus explains ‘we relate to gender identity a little less aggressively. It’s less binary and I think that’s something we have always felt attuned to.’



9. Toogood

Toogood, a beautifully artistic fashion brand created by sisters Erica and Faye, offers sustainable, gender-neutral garments which are inspired by utilitarian workwear. Each collection has a backstory, for example, Collection 003 which highlights the importance of embracing one’s individuality and leaving behind conformity and convention. We have our eyes on their laundered linen trousers,  ideal for spring/summer. Buy directly from their website – which doubles as a sort of online art exhibition in itself – or find them in London’s Selfridges amongst department stores worldwide.


Sloane Studios

10. Sloane Studios

Comfort is the central philosophy at the heart of emerging label Sloane Studios. Founder Oliver Lidford, who decided to start the brand while sitting on a bench in Sloane Square, believes it’s time for fashion to move past the dated binary division of ‘men’s’ and ‘women’s’ clothes – his clothes therefore avoid categorisation by gender. Pieces are made from 100 per cent organic cotton, with a small-bath production that caters according to demand, thereby working to reduce the widespread waste in the fashion industry.



11. One DNA

For gender-neutral basics ideal for creating a minimalist and stylish capsule wardrobe, look no further than One DNA. The New York-based brand creates ready-to-wear apparel which suits a multitude of body shapes and sizes. Getting unisex clothing right is notoriously difficult, but this label has hit the nail on the head with their gender barrier-breaking garments, designed without sacrificing style.



12. Rad Hourani

Artist, photographer, film-maker and designer Rad Hourani celebrates neutrality in the form of genderless fashion and in 2007, started the first gender-neutral unisex collection in fashion history. The website welcomes you with undeniably cool pieces including monochrome shirts and jersey turtlenecks, alongside art prints. Invest in the unisex sunglasses in time for summer and treat yourself to the cotton caps for bad hair days.


Gender Neutral Fashion Brands

13. Rich Mnisi

Inspired by fashion, music, art and nature, Rich Mnisi is a South African-based brand showcasing a genderless, contemporary look; just one Mnisi piece would infuse anyone’s wardrobe with enough style to make a statement on any street. The designer founded his brand back in 2015, with the goal to ‘unearth Africa’s hidden treasures while also being youthful, contemporary and modern’. It’s safe to say he’s done just that.



14. Bethnals

London-based design studio Bethnals are the experts at creating denim that is completely undefined by gender, instead creating desings ‘inspired by fit, detail and the diverse cultural hub that is London’. The brand champions both style and comfort, offering a contemporary spin on classic denim items that is fuss-free and timeless.


Wilde Vertigga

15. Wilde Vertigga

Specialising in sharp asymmetrical cuts and bold colours, Wilde Vertigga is a brand, well, for the wild. Their range online suits the needs of smart-clothes lovers, with structured coats and shirts, plus cropped trousers and t-shirts for those who prefer casual wear.


DB Berdan

16. DB Berdan

Using the pandemic as an opportunity to change up its image, DB Berdan opted to create more gender neutral lines and ‘morph its image into a functional, more compact style of living’. Collections are seasonless, and are marked by four key pillars: functional, transeasonal, sterile and ethical. Clothing is made with comfort in mind, to better suit those now working between office and home. The brand, which has quickly become a hit, inlcudes Rudimental, Little Mix and Stefflon Don amongst its clientele.


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17. Jacqueline Loekito

Jacqueline Loekito established her eponymous label in 2018. The daughter of a British mother and an Indonesian father, the designer aspires to infuse her collections with her ‘special cocktail mix of a background’. All of her garments are genderless, and are tied together by the colour pink, which Jacqueline wants to popularise as a colour for all. Designs are fun and bold, boasting vivid colours, sharp tailoring and a combination of sharp and fluid shapes, making an ideal landscape for self-exploration.


Model in black shirt and white trousers

18. Official Rebrand

Specialising in gender-free streetwear and artistic exploration, Official Rebrand was founded by Fashion Week circuit designer and non-binary artist MI Leggett. A former food justice advocate with a background in sustainable agriculture, Leggett utilises unwanted materials and pre-worn items to create one-of-a-kind and customisable garments that provide freedom of expression.


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19. IJJI

Focusing in natural fibres, beautiful colours and interesting silhouettes, genderless clothing label IJJI creates considered clothing that enables all variations of expression. Committed to growing slowly an responsibly, the brand uses natural fibres like wool, silk, cupro, and organic cotton to create its designs (which are produced near its local studio in California).


Model in underwear

20. TomboyX

TomboyX founders Fran and Naomi recognised that one of the most gendered items of clothing out there is underwear, which oftentimes doesn’t always line up with the way we see ourselves. The B Corp brand therefore creates gender-inclusive undergarments designed to fit all shapes and sizes – all while avoiding harmful chemicals, using a water recycling programme and closely monitoring its supply chain.


Main Image: Harris Reed