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4 Queer South Asian Designers Pioneering Genderless, Sustainable Fashion

by Zinara Rathnayake

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As fashion has emerged as a medium for the South Asian queer community to embrace their identity, a new wave of fashion designers are challenging social norms and breaking barriers both within and outside the region. In this article, four designers of Indian, Bangladeshi, and Sri Lankan descent represent a small portion of a growing force of queer South Asian designers who are overthrowing stereotypes in the fashion world by creating genderless labels, fighting against existing beauty norms, and modeling ethical practices in their production line.

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