What is clear is that there is a trend that aims to discard the labels that differentiate genders.
Many people think it's a new trend in streetwear fashion, but the truth is, it's not. Or at least in fashion. History keeps telling us that in the past decades people already began to leave this gap aside and avoid gender differentiation.
Interesting characters in fashion, film and music took this initiative to demonstrate that sex and genders are not worth labelling.
This visual game that was generated in recent years leads to a resurgent market and is a very powerful factor to set fashion trends. There are new productions of series that hook Millenials and inject them with a dose of adrenaline fashion.
An example of this would be the Euphoria series (United States), where one of its main protagonists is a very young transsexual model, Hunter Schafer, who reminds us of the glam rock star David Bowie or the talented actress Tilda Swinton.
Another series that set a trend for its influence on teenagers is Sex Education (England) where there are several interesting stereotypes to analyze from a stylist's point of view.
So, does everything with sex, adventure and good soundtracks sell more?
It seems to be the perfect mixture, as this has been giving good results and setting trends in streetwear fashion. There are no limits anymore thanks to these androgynous characters that inspire new and old generations.
On Poppy America's website you will find the Capsule 1 collection, where you can buy unisex or genderless clothing and accessories.