Lots of amazing things have been happening in the wonderful world of queer and nonbinary fashion! Here's a recap:
Our friend and guest blogger The Handsome Butch of Bindle & Keep is going to be in an HBO documentary produced by Lena Dunham called Three Suits. Read more on vanityfair.com. We are incredibly excited for THB and Bindle & Keep. They do amazing work for the transmasculine community — check out my suit fitting post with them.
Speaking of suits, Brad and Angelina's daughter wore a suit to their wedding and looked pretty amazing. See full story on dapperQ.
dapperQ is as busy as ever, with their Editor-in-chief Anita Dolce Vita now guest blogging for Everyone is Gay and spreading her incredible knowledge and encouraging words to nonbinary kids. See her first post: Finding Masculine Clothes for a Female Body.
On the other side of the coast, Kipper Clothiers in San Francisco is having a Grand Opening party for their new brick-and-mortar store on October 4th:
"Come check out the store that was named Best Butch Bespoke '14 by SF Magazine at their grand opening party on October 4th, 6pm - 9pm. The party will include Camomile Old Fashions by Two Sisters Bar & Books, a photobooth and 20% off all accessories if you RSVP on their Facebook event. Kipper Clothiers has been committed to on-time production of high-quality, well-fitting custom suits and shirts for the Bay Area LGBT community since its establishment in July '13. They recently have opened their brick-and-mortar store in Hayes Valley at 78 Gough St. "
As Qwear's Founding Editor, Sonny’s work centers around envisioning a future in which the clothing people wear does not dictate their chances of survival. Sonny was awarded 2015 dapperQ of the Year and was the first trans blogger to be sponsored by Topman. In March 2016, Sonny spoke at South by South West's first official queer fashion panel.