Brighton based start-up Gender Free World (GFW), continues to disrupt fashion industry standard practice by launching a ‘pre-loved’ clothing service as part of its commitment to slow fashion. The world’s first dedicated brand led pre-loved buy and sell group.
Now entering its fourth year, GFW is on a mission to dispel the outdated tradition of clothing separated by gender identity by providing clothing for individuals regardless of their sex but still designed to fit their body.
Husband and wife entrepreneurs, Nicola Rodney-Crook and Andrew Crook, came to San Diego to provide a service and products that cater to full figure women who often find themselves struggling to find sizes that fit when shopping for bras, swimwear, and lingerie.
It's summer and Gender Free World has launched a new range of short-sleeved shirts.
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.