Tailor and Circus partners with Generation Mixx for trans-inclusive innerwear
Indian innerwear brand Tailor and Circus has partnered with gender neutral clothing brand Generation Mixx to launch underwear designed to be more inclusive for transgender and non-binary people. The innerwear line features bottom-wear that is designed to cater to all genders, the brand announced on Facebook.
“It’s not the perfect solution for all anatomies yet, but it’s a start,” said Generation Mixx’s co-founder Ruchika Parab about the line, Vogue India reported. “The idea behind this [product and campaign] is to get feedback from people and develop on that further.”
Tailor and Circus’ new bottomwear line comes in bright hues and features pop-inspired prints. The innerwear features tailored flat seams which allow the adjustable pouch within to provide support to different body types as needed.
“There are some challenges which make it hard to gauge what kind of underwear would work for a trans person without it being evaluated on a case-by-case basis, or at least within subsections of the trans community,” said Tailor and Circus head Abishek Elango, as reported by Vogue India. “The word ‘trans’, at a product differentiation level, is limiting and inaccurate because it doesn’t really tell you what kind of requirements you have in terms of aesthetic as well as form, function, and sizing.”
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