5 LGBTQIA2S+ Designers to watch in 2021!







@christiancowan

New York, NY

Christian Cowan is a self-titled brand focused on redefining the New York nightlife woman. Having outfitted some of the biggest stars such as Lady Gaga, CHristan has partnered with many global consumer brands to bring his signature head turning style to fashion fans around the globe.

















@stuzoclothing

Los Angeles, California


Ran by female boss woman Stoney Michelli, Stuzo Clothing is on a mission to create a space in the fashion world where all are welcome without judgment. This is a gender free clothing line that is bold without conforming to societal norms. Stuzo Clothing is inspired by love, people and life and expressing that in their garments.









@bajaeast

Location: LA, California


Baja East is a globally inspired luxury brand based in Los Angeles. The brand built a name for itself by effortlessly blurring the lines between men’s and women’s clothing with its core concept of ambisexual dressing that continues to thrive. Over the last 5 years Baja East has created many ready to wear and runway looks mainly targeted to women who want to embody the unisex staples.













@augustgettyatelier

Los Angeles, California


Launching self titled brand August Getty in 2012. Being one of the youngest designers to showcase at New York fashion week August Getty has a unique perspective and understanding of his craft. This inevitably led him to be creating looks for hot celebs such as Lady Gaga and Zendaya. August Getty is also a long time supporter of LGBTQ2+ rights, Getty is an active supporter for organizations such as UNICEF, amfAR and the Los Angeles LGBTQ2+ center.











@flavnt_streetwear

Austin, TX


FLAVNT Streetwear is an Austin-based independent clothing brand for everyone within and anyone who supports the LGBTQ+ community. Beginning by co creators and twins Chris and Courtney Rhodes- flavnt streetwear is dedicated to creating confidence and pride. Flavnt also supports self love and confidence through their garments and their actions supporting LGBTQ2+ communities as a whole.




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