Editor's Picks: 5 of our Favorite Unisex Brands

Editor's Picks: 5 of our Favorite Unisex Brands

In the spirit of inclusivity, we wanted to take a little bit of time to shoutout some of our favorite Unisex brands, ranging from clothing to makeup, working to make beauty for everyone. So here our picks for out 5 favorite unisex brands:


Started in 2019 DANG STHLM is the intellectual child of designer/founder Julia Dang. In her own words she “wanted to create a conscious brand that neither exploited our planet or workers, yet still designed with quality… The styles of our brand reflects the personal style of its founders - gender fluid, comfort and wardrobe staples that can be restyled and reworn for a long time.”

Julia and her business partner, Micky Ho, began sourcing and researching their idea in 2019. The two refused outside investment to keep their company independent.

Blindness Studio

Blindness has been taking socially conscious fashion to the runway since 2018 and blends androgenous fashion with a world changing message. Their latest collection takes on marine pollution as “the issue that cannot be ignored anymore.”

Blindness historically avoids differentiation between masculine and feminine looks, more frequently taking influence from their environment. For example, their “Street Flower” collection finds beauty in unlikely places as an homage to the blossoms that burst forth in our cities.


Before you can even look at NICOPANDA’s site they make their values clear: “INCLUSIVITY, DIVERSITY, CREATIVITY, NICOPANDA” flashes across your screen in colorful letters before they drop you in their gallery.

With a backlog of collaborations including Hello Kitty, Amazon, and Pepsi (just to name a few) NICOPANDA brings their message to a truly global audience. Considering they are responsible for the “LOVE BEYOND BORDERS” mural on New York City’s Lower East Side we’d say they are living up to their aspirations.

Eckhaus Latta

Eckhaus Latta is not afraid to stand for what they believe in (as evidenced by the world section of their online store). Going all the way back to 2012 their collections include a globe trotting set of looks including a nordic themed UGG collaboration.

Jecca Blac

Jecca Blac set out with a clear mission in mind: “to be a brand that represents all beauty lovers” and that’s why we love them. Their mission is to include all expressions, genders, sexualities, abilities, pronouns, shapes and sizes in beauty and make makeup to accommodate them. They truly do make a cruelty free product for everyone.

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