1. TomboyX

The B Corp-Certified brand sells affordable, sustainable, basic underwear, swimwear, athletic wear, and casual clothing.

2. Wild Fang

Wear YOU, Not Someone Else" and "Don't Let The World Tell You Where To Shop" are Wild Fang's self-expression mantras.

3. Lonely Kids Club

Sydney-based Lonely Kids Club ensures ethical and sustainable production. And inspired by other modern wonders, making clothes shopping as fun as it gets

4. OneDNA

Forscutt loves their "chunky cable knits in neutrals like white and beige," parachute trousers, and neon green. "Checkered patterns are fun too."


Forscutt likes gender-neutral IJJI denim and canvas. The 2016 clothing line emphasizes natural fibers, soft colors, and interesting silhouettes.

6. Big Bud Press

Big Bud Press, gender-neutral, size-inclusive clothing, is trendy. Its trendy stores in Los Angeles, New York City, and Chicago and busy online shop match the brand's colorful clothing.

7. Rinat Brodach

Denae likes Rinat Brodach. The Israeli-born, NYC-based designer appeared on Making The Cut's first season.

8. Tanner Fletcher

Tanner Richie and Fletcher Kasell, founders of Brooklyn-based Tanner Fletcher, are inspired by vintage style.

9. Eckhaus Latta

Since 2011, Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta's Eckhaus Latta, based in New York City, has been a favorite of fashion's cool kids, including Chloƫ Sevigny.

10. Telfar

Telfar, a NYC brand known for its gender-neutral clothing line and "Bushwick Birkin" Shopping Bag, collaborates with streetwear brands.


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