This designer has created clothes for every gender, body shape and ability
As the world evolves and society slowly but surely begins to accept the wide range of people that exist, including non-binary genders, we’re beginning to see things becoming more accessible for everyone. The latest accessibility is a clothing line which was designed and created by Sky Cubacub, who is the mastermind behind
The latest accessibility is a clothing line which was designed and created by Sky Cubacub, who is the mastermind behind ‘Rebirth Garments’, which is a custom clothing collection across the full spectrum of size, gender and ability.
My LQQK for @trqpiteca tonight!!! I had so much fun dancing with all the lovely queers (especially my best friend @pivotpop )! Remember to back my #KickstarterCampaign (link in bio) so I can do shows such as next month’s Trqpiteca !! #QueerCrip #ClubKid #Scalemaille #Metamaille #Chainmaille #CustomLingerie #Headpiece #Headdress #Armor #RadicallyVisible #Makeup #eyebrows #Neon #Pink #QueerFashion #KeepingYouAlive
The clothing line consists of bold and colourful garments which commemorate bodies of all shapes, sizes, stages and places and aims to challenge the mainstream fashion industry.
“I couldn’t find a place where I could buy a binder or other gender-affirming garments,” Sky explained as she told Buzzfeed about how she began making her own clothes back in high school.
“I’m especially interested in Rebirth Garments being accessible to QueerCrip” — that’s queer people with disabilities — “youth,” she continued.
Talking about how she aims to cater for people who have been left out of the mainstream fashion, she says “they have never had something that is made specifically for them and to fit their needs. Because of that, they have pretty much given up on having clothing that actually fits them and makes them happy.”
Working on their new collection, Rebirth Garments are currently in the middle of a Kickstarter campaign.
“I want to give special focus to queer, trans*, and disabled folks as well as people of colour — all of whom are left out of mainstream conversations on fashion and society.”
From the @eyespyoptical lqqkbook, shot by Grace DuVal @graceduval !! Compton Q @compton_q and Jocelyn @heyjocelynchene are wearing my spandex and chainmaill with beautiful custom #eyewear by @resrei_eyewear and @anneetvalentin ! #queerfashion #queerstyle #nonbinary #chainmaille #qtpoc #holographic #spandex #eyewearfashion #eyeglasses #glasses #sunglasses
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