OLUWATOBI ADEBOGUN AND ELIZABETH BRAY
In order to avoid discrimination, Gender Neutrality has been introduced to treat both genders equally. These days it is starting to have a big impact on the fashion world where many people are open to artistic views towards clothing lines. There have even been celebrities who have made a big impact on how people view the neutrality between genders such as Jaden Smith.
All of us are human, but one of the first labels we tend to receive in life is "It is a Boy/Girl!" but tend to be raised in completely different ways which sometimes restricts what we can and can't wear, what colour we can and can not like and what hobbies we can and can not have. All because both genders are associated towards different things. Girls are taught to like dolls, like pink, become more ladylike/feminine but, boys are taught to be tough, like sports amongst other things which are quite masculine.
This editorial showcases the way that both genders can combine to become anything their personality lets them become - they will not be restricted towards one thing that they have been taught from a young age. It teaches that regardless of what gender you are, you can afford to rebel against societies normality and break boundaries with women being treated the same as men through jobs and work etc. The theme we have chosen for this is a fairly minimal look towards the idea featuring colours such as black, greys, whites and navies with the occasional pattern and print to break views into the idea slowly, but beautifully.