Co-created and directed by Lisa Honan (pictured on the right), Gender Free World (GFW), a Brighton based start-up, will officially launch their new brand of clothing without labels on March 16.
Matalan, a British clothing brand, has launched its new advertising campaign focusing on the diversity of families and on this occasion it has included lesbian and gay couples.
More than 25 designers will be unveiling their latest creations featuring up to 20 different looks on the runway during the first-ever Queer Fashion Week, April 16 - 19.
The landscape of the bridal jewelry market has been experiencing an incredible shift in recent years. While traditional designs and classic solitaire diamond rings have flanked the showcases for generations, there is a movement toward new and contemporary. This shift is greatly attributed to the surge in same-sex marriages flooding the country.
Queers will show off their fierce style at the first-ever Queer Fashion Week coming to Oakland, California, April 16 - 19.
Tapper's Diamonds and Fine Jewelry stamp its mark in its 37th Anniversary with the arrival of a new wedding jewelry collection from LGBT designer Rony Tennenbaum.
Kingston Fine Jewelry in Kingston, NY has announced the introduction of a new line of designer wedding jewelry to reach out to the ever increasing LGBT market. The family owned business is to carry the Rony Tennenbaum LGBT wedding line, joining the new generation of jewelry pioneers that are taking an accepting stance and showing support for the LGBT community.
"I-DENTIFY: The truth lies within," a butch lesbian fashion show is organized on Friday in Pittsburgh by The What Is Butch? Movement.
EQL, a brand new highly stylized, biannual (Spring & Fall, 2014) print magazine committed to the celebration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) weddings and destinations is teaming up with one of the most distinguished voices of authority in the LGBT Bridal Jewelry industry, jewelry designer Rony Tennenbaum.
With marriage equality making major strides across the country, the burgeoning same-sex wedding industry is attracting a wide range of companies with years of experience in the wedding business.
One of the largest family owned jewelry chains in the country, Rogers & Hollands, is expanding its demographic reach and marketing to include the LGBT community by adding a new wedding jewelry collection created to celebrate marriage and equality. The premier jewelry chain, which operates several stores throughout the Chicagoland area and throughout the Midwest, has just announced the addition of Rony Tennenbaum’s Jewelry collection to its bridal cases in both its Woodfield Mall location in Schaumburg, and in downtown Chicago’s Water Tower Place stores.
To answer the request of two of her lesbian friends about to become joined in a civil union and not knowing what to wear, Helen Bender (pictured on the left) has had the idea to launch a wedding clothing line for women who love women.
PRESTIGE: "Knights In Shining Armor," is bringing a first-ever evening of butch and masculine of center fashion to Los Angeles.
Eleven designers from California and New York will present their creations on the runway with 30 models at the House of Gods on Sept. 28.