These LGBTQ-owned apparel brands are worth your attention.
And Our Label
A non-binary label creating romance, pleasure, and play for Queer people. Nonbinary-owned.
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Handcrafted, identity- affirming apparel. Nonbinary-owned.
GAY PRIDE APPAREL
Thoughtfully designed apparel for all identities. Latine-owned.
FRINGE + CO.
Wearable fun made in New Orleans. Woman-owned.
Masculine-inspired androgynous clothing. Black-owned + Woman-owned.
TRANSFIGURE PRINT CO.
LGBTQIA+ Inclusive Print Studio in Grand Rapids, MI. Trans-owned.
Queer-owned and Woman-owned clothing and accessories.
ADAM DALTON BLAKE
Clothing from contemporary designer and illustrator Adam Dalton Blake
Menswear-inspired, androgynous & tomboy style. Woman-owned
Suay Sew Shop
Lindsay Rose Medoff, CEO of Suay Sew Shop, started the company in 2017 with one mission in mind: Giving back. Suay Sew Shop is a sustainable sewing and production company that produces items including apparel, quilts, furniture upholstery and more through up-cycling of donated textiles. Much of the brands proceeds are redistributed back into black and brown communities.
Rose Gold Co.
Rose Gold Co. is a Black-, woman-, and queer-owned apparel shop that fights for and on behalf of the LGBTQ+ and Black communities. They've donated over $10,000 to various LGBT organizations.
Both& Apparel was founded by Finnegan Shepard in 2020. Shepard was just recovering from top surgery, and was excited about going swimming topless for the first time soon. When he googled “trans swimwear” there were little to no options available. After discovering a need and coming up with a solution, today Both& offers numerous clothing options for the trans masculine and non-binary community.
Flavnt pronounced “Flaunt” was co-founded by twins Chris and Courtney Rhodes in April of 2014. The gyro had very simple values in the beginning which were “Creating clothes with confidence and pride”. Though the company rose to popularity with the “Pretty boy” T-shirt and logo T-shirt, there are many other street wear items to choose from. Trans-owned + Woman-owned.
Ames Simpson and Susan Donaldson have been entrepreneurs for over 12 years. The purpose of Butch Basix was to reposition the categories of men’s clothing, accessories, jewelry, and personal care items to be more inclusive.
Italian for "no sex/no gender," No Sesso is the first trans-owned brand to show at New York Fashion Week. Black-owned + Trans-Owned.
An anti-waste, gender-free clothing brand specializing in upcycled garments. Nonbinary-owned.
Clothing brand for men who are in touch with their individuality, strength, and inner beauty.
A gender-inclusive fashion label, that blurs traditional design constructs and shapes, shattering the glass ceiling of binary clothing. Black-owned
A Black-owned brand birthed from the vibrancy and community of activism and the club scene. The brand exists to serve the Black, Queer, and Femme.
A gender-free apparel company for all humans. Black-owned + Woman-owned + Latine-owned.
TERRANCE WILLIAMS DESIGNS
A sustainably produced and ethically sourced clothing and accessories line. Black-owned.
THE BEAU NEXT DOOR
A lifestyle brand by Fashion Institute of Technology-trained creative director Sky Vargas. Latine-owned.
THE PHLUID PROJECT
A gender-free fashion and accessories brand. Native-owned.
A small apparel brand with a big heart, specializing in quirky and cool t-shirts. Black-owned + Woman-owned
The #BLAIRISMS apparel is for the melanin loving, pro-BLACK, warriors at the front lines of the resistance. Black-owned.
A TRIBE CALLED QUEER
T-shirts and accessories that share messages of empowerment for marginalized communities. Black-owned + Woman-owned.
PLAY OUT APPAREL
Gender-equal apparel brand made in New York City. Trans-owned + Nonbinary-owned + Woman-owned.
PEAU DE LOUP
Empowering, outfitting, and serving those who live and dress outside the binary, one garment at a time.
An apparel brand where all LGBTQIA+ people can express themselves. Black-owned.
A brand started to bring awareness to mental health, to support those struggling in silence, and to show that you're not alone–we are all Enkluded. Black-owned.
THÚY Custom Clothier
Modern Style with an Iconic Touch
TomboyX was co-founded by wives Fran Dunaway and Naomi Gonzalez. The two founders were seeking to fulfill a need for the gender neutral community: adequate clothing. Dunaway and Gonzalez started at the base with just selling underwear in 2013, but today the brand includes all forms of clothing including swimwear. Woman-owned