She’s the owner of Refuse To Conform Clothing and a fashion icon in her own right. With 73.9k followers on Instagram, there is no questioning Charlie Moss’s eye for style.
GFW got the goss on what non-binary fashion really means to Charlie, delving into queer style and the LGBTQ community’s aim to blur the lines of gender…
Cool stuff you won't see on the high street
We love these independent businesses which follow the Gender Free ethos or are plain quirky, ethical, or eccentric. Check them out for cool clothes that you won't find on the high street.... It's a big world out there, so more will be added every month! If you would like to see a business featured here, contact us.
There’s nothing quite like a good Instagram stalk to discover a few (hundred) new queer crushes with the hottest style on the planet. We know, because we’ve done just that. Aren’t we good to you? Here are 10 of our hottest finds using the hashtag #QueerFashion and our own #gfwclothing. And if you want to be featured in our Instagram feed be sure to tag us and use hashtag #gfwclothing. A photo posted by Crowe Withane (@crowewithane) on Oct 31, 2016 at 10:22pm PDT A photo posted by Emery (@e.l.m.tree) on Oct 26, 2016 at 2:43pm PDT A photo posted...
When she first started posting memes on Instagram, little did she know she'd gain so much attention the world over. Now Charlie Tavenier, aka 'Androgynous Charlie' is winning hearts with not only her androgynous style but her cheeky charm too. GFW have a quick Q&A with her to discuss fashion, gender and defining her style...
Book your place on the cruise and receive a free GFW t-shirt of your choice
GFW are delighted to announce their collaboration with Focus Diva, a Sussex based LGBTQ travel specialist on the launch of their 2017 hosted lesbian group holiday on a cruise around the Mediterranean next June.
It makes perfect sense! Take a wonderful holiday with like-minded women and pack your free GFW t-shirt early, courtesy of us.
When I came out as gay I took the stepping stone route and told my parents I was bisexual. Why? I’m not sure. Maybe I felt like going all the way to gayville was too much of a leap in one go. Maybe I didn’t want to commit to the lesbian label. Or maybe I wanted them to think I was a little bit straight. Somewhere deep down.