I’ve been meaning to do a series on queer clothing shops and designers, and Dykes in the City is a good place to start. Like most startup clothing companies, they have generic DITC-branded tees and tanks, but where they really shine is in the accessories and formal wear. You can find vests, button-downs, hand-crafted belts and cuffs – all designed by and marketed to queer women. Which of course also means that the models are smokin’ hot. DITC aims to “purposely blur fashion gender and body image rules in the creation of clothing.” You may have seen DITC clothing – or even its founder Niki Cutler – at pride festivals or fashion shows.
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