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Queer Inclusive & Friendly Fashion Brands

As part of our effort to help develop visibility of queer inclusive and queer friendly brands, we are providing an active brand list, with web links. QueerCut does not necessarily support or do business with any of the brands listed below, unless clearly represented.  We will be updating the list regularly. If you are a queer brand and would like to be listed and/or removed, please contact us.

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Queer Brands Seeking Engaged Customer Marketplace

Combining the power of retail and marketing in one place has the potential to connect queer customers online in a very meaningful way.  QueerCut co-founder Antonia Predovan sums it up perfectly, "The queer community is engaged, because they have to be. They have to rely on one another to find clothes that fit their gender expression and their bodies in all sorts of settings, whether it be professional or personal. QueerCut will be the place they come to shop, to educate themselves and to engage with other queer shoppers.  It will be the ultimate niche driven marketplace!"

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Queer Customers in Search of Good Fit

We know first-hand how difficult it can be to find clothing that matches gender expression and style preferences. While online shopping as provided so many more options for queer customers, it still takes copious amounts of time to find products we like online.  And then there is the issue of actual fit, which is hard enough if you fit conventional binary size standards, but very difficult when you fall elsewhere on the gender spectrum. According to QueerCut founder Joshua Williams, "there is a growing need for brands to create clothing specifically for queer customers.”

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Introducing... Queer Style Stories

Clothing has proved powerful in helping individuals who don't fit societal norms. It can be used to signify an eschewal of societal norms and mores, but it can also be a way to find a tribe of people with shared values. Coming out then often involves a shift in what a person wears, how they perceive their body, and their relationship with clothing. The stories of these initial shifts and the ongoing journey to find the right style and fit are unique to each individual. And so we created Queer Style Stories.

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Behind the Concept

QueerCut was conceived by founders Joshua Williams and Antonia Predovan as a gender-free, online marketplace that brings all queer-friendly brands together. "Through our research, we were surprised to find that most online brands continue to use Women and Men as their top search and filter categories, even if they cater to a queer community. We wanted to create a marketplace that didn't assume gender binaries, but focused rather on fit and style, curated by queer influencers," comments Joshua.

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