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Zara

A Look Back on 2016

A Look Back on 2016

2016 at Qwear was characterized by an increase in political discussion and an expansion of our visual activism across the queer spectrum.

We continued to challenge heteronormativity and published several new pieces which broke ground in discussions of androgyny, body type beauty standards, femme identity, and the nature of queer spaces themselves. We made history when I had the honor to represent Qwear at South By South West's first ever queer fashion panel in March.

We invited kids (8 year old Lia and 10 year old Cal) to partake in photoshoots and fashion shows, and in doing so challenged stereotypes about the adult nature of queer spaces. We also brought Mojo Disco onto our team, who offered a fresh perspective on queer fashion and androgyny.

Our 14 Femmes of Color piece challenged our culture's cis white beauty standards of femininity. In our installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston) Femme Desire, we challenged the nature of femme beyond the narrow cultural ideal that revolves around the male gaze. 

Our round-up of plus size people with androgynous style was also the first piece of its kind to break past the standard of thin white bodies in the conversation on androgyny.

We attended and reported on many amazing queer fashion events around the states: The Latex Ball, Queer Fashion Week (#qwearfemmetakeover on Instagram and Twitter) and dapperQ's iD show in New York.

We also had a number of exciting press opportunities and collaborations. Mojo filmed a video with Buzzfeed on nonbinary fashion, I was interviewed by Edge Media Network on suits for trans bodies, and The Huffington Post featured our Rush Limbaugh critique. Our South By South West Panel was featured on The Huffington PostCurve Magazine, and The Austin Chronicle.

Thank you all for being a part of our community. I can't wait to see what comes of 2017!

 
 Mojo Disco / Photography by Bea Genfi

Mojo Disco / Photography by Bea Genfi

  Femme Desire  Team / Photo by Jaypix

Femme Desire Team / Photo by Jaypix

 Cal /   This 10 Year Old Qwear Kid Owns Glitter and Leggings  / Photography by Sam Murray

Cal /  This 10 Year Old Qwear Kid Owns Glitter and Leggings / Photography by Sam Murray

 Mwende "FreeQuency" Katwiwa /  14 Femmes of Color Whose Style We Adore  / Photo by Danielle C Miles

Mwende "FreeQuency" Katwiwa / 14 Femmes of Color Whose Style We Adore / Photo by Danielle C Miles

 Marquis Neal /  9 plus size cuties share tips for androgynous style : Photography by Joey Marinaro

Marquis Neal / 9 plus size cuties share tips for androgynous style: Photography by Joey Marinaro

 The Latex Ball

The Latex Ball

 
 
 dapperQ iD

dapperQ iD

 Queer Fashion Week

Queer Fashion Week

 
Sonny and Courtney Published in Posture Magazine Issue 3

Sonny and Courtney Published in Posture Magazine Issue 3

Blake In Brooks Brothers Part 3: Business Suit

Blake In Brooks Brothers Part 3: Business Suit