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  • Genderless clothing goes high street with Zara
  • Genderless clothing goes high street with Zara
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Genderless clothing goes high street with Zara

Gender neutrality has been a hot topic in the media in recent years, and high street retailer Zara is weighing in on the conversation. Its new genderless clothing line – named ‘Ungendered’ – includes jeans, t-shirts and sweaters that can be worn by men and women alike. 

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