NiK Kacy, the founder and president of gender-free luxury brand, NiK Kacy Footwear, brings the first Equality Fashion Week to Los Angeles in partnership with the newly-renovated boutique hotel,Montrose West Hollywood.
Equality Fashion Week (EFW) will take place during LA Fashion Week, October 5-9, 2018 and is the first LGBTQ+-focused fashion week to take place in Los Angeles, celebrating the queer fashion community in all its colorful spectrums in a five-day experience of LGBTQ+ artists and designers. Montrose West Hollywood will exclusively host all EFW-related events that will include pop-ups, fashion displays, and an exclusive fashion show on the rooftop of the hotel.
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.
Queer Fashion Week is relocating to the Venue Event Center: 420 14th St, in Oakland. Venue Oakland is one of Oakland's most prestigious and historic buildings.
With just under a month to go before the 2nd Annual Queer Fashion Week opens its doors at the scenic Marketplace at Jack London, excitement builds around this glamorous event. Jack London Square is situated along the Oakland/Alameda estuary, a vibrant destination bringing together dining, retail, recreation and exciting events year-round. Queer Fashion Week & Conference takes place September 28 - October 2 and offers many different passes such as conference, fashion, and evening event passes to meet your needs. The VIP Unicorn Pass includes all conference days, all fashion shows with guaranteed seating and all evening events.
We are excited to announce this year's Queer Fashion Week venue!
Rainbow Fashion Week “RFW” is returning to New York City - one of the four fashion capitals in the world - for the third consecutive year kicking off Manhattan’s official pre-Pride events with “Eight Days of QUeer Fashion Shows,” June 17-24, 2016.
This British startup that has been launched a few weeks ago called "Gender Free Word" wanted to provide gender neutral clothing and to allow those who wish to wear more masculine clothing to find clothes that match the shape of their bodies.
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.