At Androgyny, we believe that people don't belong in boxes — that in fact, most people don't fall neatly into the simplistic divides between "menswear" and "womenswear." Therefore, we reject the notion that only "men" wear "menswear," and we're re-engineering menswear to fit the female body; to fit the women who prefer button-ups to pencil skirts. Our mission is simply to inspire personal confidence by providing clothes that fit as true as one's own skin.
What do we do?
Androgyny is a revolutionary clothing brand designing for the sensibilities of androgynous women, who have fit and style preferences that are rarely met by mainstream brands. We embrace the clean lines and sharp aesthetic that define traditional menswear, carefully tailoring and re-engineering them to fit the female form. No frills, no fuss, no "boob button" nightmares.
Why do we exist?
We began this company because there are few options for people like us, who recognize that blurring the gender lines isn't just a new trend, or the latest fashion intrigue. Traditional apparel brands make a clear distinction between the men's and women's departments, while many newer brands think of androgynous looks as a new trend that doesn't merit long-lasting materials and timeless designs. But Androgyny is about wardrobe staples; about the moments when we feel most comfortable and confident in our own skin. So we set out to create quality, long-lasting products that reflect the styles we love, in the fit and sizes we need. Along the way, we've found many others who have shared our same frustrations and desires — so we keep going, for all of us.
How do we do it?
Androgyny's products are handcrafted in small batches in San Francisco, using the finest raw materials we can get our hands on, by skilled craftsmen with full benefits. We constantly seek inspiration and feedback for our products from a diverse community of customers, who continue to remind us with their own stories and range of preferences that everyone deserves clothing that reflects their style and fits their body.