Fashion plays a fundamental role in inclusion processes, dictates and anticipates trends, interprets needs and advocates for changes.
In recent years we have been witnessing, in particular, a progressive thinning of the boundaries between male and female genders.
An increasingly decisive refusal towards male-female labels that is leading the fashion system to move in the direction of no gender, with more fluid collections , in the name of a creativity regardless of sex and gender.
Many brands have embraced this choice, from Gucci to Chanel , up to the very recent luxury footwear brand Christian Louboutin which with “Our Angels” proposes the first genderless collection inspired by the icons of glam-rock.
The collaboration between Balmain and Barbie is also on this line, with the launch of a limited edition capsule consisting of 50 pieces that can be worn by both the iconic doll and her partner Ken, but also by real people, without distinction of gender.
On the other hand, it is enough to look at the star system to understand that the need to freely express one’s identity has not very recent roots.
Aerosmith and David Bowie often wore heels during their performances and, nowadays, Achille Lauro and the Maneskin are also interpreters of this challenge to change.
Also our brand Atelier Vania was born in 2019 in the sign of inclusiveness with a collection of large size shoes designed to express an elegance that transcends genders and meets the needs of those people who wear shoes from 40 to 46 and who cannot find a satisfactory answer on the market to their desire to wear women’s shoes.
Décolleté, moccasins, mules, ankle boots and boots aimed at anyone who wishes to freely express their femininity.
A genderless collection with a refined and timeless design, with shoes with low or high heels , made with the highest quality materials and 100% Made in Italy. strong>