The industry is undergoing a radical shift to cater to women.
It is changing with the rise of the social media age, and as technology and new products emerge, women are more likely to purchase more and more designer dresses and other designer products.
The latest trend to come out of the fashion world is for men to wear the same clothes as women in the same styles, a trend called gender neutral.
In the latest issue of Vogue magazine, fashion designer Kate Moss was asked to explain why the trend is becoming more popular.
She said, “I don’t know why.
Maybe people are tired of wearing the same thing.
I don’t want to wear it because it’s boring.”
Gendernomics’ Stephanie Lissner says the trend has the potential to make fashion more accessible to women, while fashion designer Angela Hirsch is in support of it.
“The trend of gender neutral is so appealing because it doesn’t have to be the same as the other thing.
If I wear the pink pants or the blue shoes, I can be more of an icon.
I am more relatable to my gender,” said Hirsch.”
The trend is growing more popular and more women are starting to wear gender neutral clothes.
So I think it’s really important that they do it because women are the ones who buy the clothes, so I think we should be supporting the trend.”
In her new book, How to be a Designer, Gendernomic editor-in-chief Emma Sulkowicz talks about her experience growing up as a transgender girl.
“I was really into dressing as girls.
It was my favorite way to wear clothes.
I felt very girlish and comfortable in my own skin,” she said.
But, she said, it wasn’t until the age of 15 that she realised she had a problem with her appearance.
“I was wearing pink tights and white dresses.
I was like, ‘Oh my God, this is horrible.
This is not the kind of person I want to be,'” she said in an interview with Vogue.
“But then I realized that it was not my problem and I had a real problem with myself.”
Sulkowicz said that the reason she was able to change her body was because she was accepted for who she was and she felt like she had no choice but to live as a girl.
In a statement, the fashion designer said she wanted to give a voice to the transgender community by sharing her experiences and raising awareness of the “real” trans experience.
“As a transgender person myself, I wanted to share my story and help others to live their lives without fear of judgement, as well as to provide a safe space for trans women to talk about their lives and how they feel,” Sulkowksi said.
“It’s important to me that my stories are shared in a way that is respectful and in a non-judgemental way, which is why I am asking my fans to help me in this process.”
Sunkowksy said that she has been inundated with requests to donate her clothes and accessories, including the “cute pink dress” she designed for the Vanity Fair cover.
“People are calling me all kinds of names, saying that I’m a criminal.
I have no idea why people are so angry about it,” she explained.