Talking about fashion straight off annexed with a fathomless concept. No boundaries regarding art, race, religion and gender. Fashion is for everybody and it knows no discriminative behavior. It sees things as equal. Gender in such matter is a prior subject. Unisex fashion in this blooming industry is a unique ‘no limitation’ interpretation of fashion.
However this unisex thing is an omnipresent phenomenon. Prominently the Hindu scriptures strongly believe in this ambisexual entity. Shiva and Shakti the deities for instance, as identical souls of universe. So as the vogue has adapted.
Unisex fashion has been there since ages. When this specification of clothes didn’t exist. Troglodytes whether man or women wore same leafy skirts to cover their lower torso. Coming to sophistication of humans the same piece of clothes were draped on the lower part called ‘antariya’ and a ‘uttariya’ (mantilla) for covering the chest for both the genders in the Indus Valley Civilization.
In the same spirit contemporary designers have rejuvenated the days of yore. Unisex fashion is now being overt and espoused by mankind.
Female have been more a participant of this change equivalent to men. They adapted tuxedos, boots, caps, shorts and so on for the sake of egalitarianism and fashion . Because the experiments are being done more in women clothing as compared to men. But the least should be admired too. Some designers and stylists have ruptured the men in black and tuxedo stereotypes. Now, the time is on looking men in florals, draped attires, halter necks, skirts and such garments that women wear. Though floral patterns were wore in retro but in the middle time they were just limited to beaches. It is back with a bang. Now florals are imprinted on male jackets, t-shirts, shirts, pants, hoodies too. A Lot of brands endorse unisex fashion such as Nicopanda, Agender, Toogood, One DNA and others.