Earlier this week I wrote about how lesbian fashion—"lesbian fashion" in this case being synonymous with androgynous fashion—is both en vogue and not, depending on the haute-ness attributed to that particular line.
(N.B. on "lesbian fashion": clothes are made to fit the body, not one's sexuality, meaning that it's a bit of an egregious error on my part to discuss "lesbian fashion" when what I'm really talking about is "queer gender" fashion. Apologies for my unrecognized slippage. Now, onward!)
Then, like manna from heaven, I was contacted by a designer, A, who has created a clothing line with her sister called Androgynous Fashion—and I'm in love.
(Shirts made and styled for the queer woman)
A and her sister are nearly finished their debut collection and have launched a Kickstarter to support their fine line. Please support their work and check out their collection-in-progress at their Facebook page and Tumblr.