Mainstream stores keep men and women’s fashion segregated, but those who identify as gender-fluid now have the category-free Phluid Project in NYC, and a totally new way to shop.
Xavier Piedra is a writer and journalist who studied Journalism and English at New York University. In the past, Xavier has written for editorial sites such as Out Magazine, Silicon NYC, Konbini US, and Urban and Stylish. Topics that he enjoys covering are entertainment, pop culture, subcultures and LGBT issues.
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