Founded by Swedes Ann Ringstrand and Stefan Soderberg, this brand doesn’t design with gender in mind. All its apparel is labelled in sizes for her and him, as opposed to being in separate sizes for her and for him. Available at Manifesto. For more of Hope’s looks, go to our digital edition.
1 GIRARD- PERREGAUX
The Swiss brand designed its 1966 dials in five sizes (30mm, 36mm, 38mm, 40mm and 44mm), so both he and she can have them boy-sized or bigger. From $11,200 for the 30mm to $12,800 for the 44mm.
For S/S ’19, the French brand‘s runway collection is genderless. All styles are the same for everyone, and are in eight sizes (XXS to 3XL). This cardigan can be worn inside out, too. Cotton, $199.
3 KAPOK’S FUTURE CLASSICS
A gender-free label that specialises in everyday casuals and smart classics. Wool pants, $154.
What Hedi Slimane did for Dior Homme and SL continues at this house – creating clothes and accessories that both sexes covet. But only this pair of Monks is specifically for men and women. Calf leather, sizes 35-44, $1,450. – BG