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The Retail Factory, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, has developed & # 39; the world's first gender-neutral mannequin that & # 39; genderless & # 39; clothing models

Gender neutral mannequins designed to show unisex clothing are ready to reach the main street – with measurements that are & # 39; between & # 39; standard male and female dummy's

  • The Retail Factory, based in West Yorkshire, created a gender-neutral fashion model
  • & # 39; The world's first model made in response to an increased range of unisex clothing
  • Mannequin arranged between typical male and female model with smaller breasts
  • Brands that sell gender-neutral clothing are H&M, Zara, Next and John Lewis
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A British company has developed & # 39; the world's first gender-neutral mannequin designed to & # 39; to model genderless & # 39; clothing.

The models are made by The Retail Factory, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, in response to an increased range of unisex clothing in the main street.

Retailers such as John Lewis, Abercrombie and Fitch, H&M, Next and Zara now have gender-neutral clothing collections, but there is currently no specific way to display them.

The Retail Factory, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, has developed & # 39; the world's first gender-neutral mannequin that & # 39; genderless & # 39; clothing models

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The Retail Factory, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, has developed & # 39; the world's first gender-neutral mannequin that & # 39; genderless & # 39; clothing models

Some stores use gender models, while others have no models at all – neither are ideal solutions in a store environment.

Gemma Liddon, national sales manager at The Retail Factory, was thus inspired to develop & # 39; the world's first gender-neutral fashion model for use in the main street.

The models are specifically designed to show clothing for both men and women, as well as shoppers who are gender-liquid and non-binary.

They have dimensions between the standard male and female doll, with a smaller chest than the female shape and smooth plastic between the legs.

Retailers such as John Lewis, Abercrombie and Fitch, H&M, Next and Zara now have gender-neutral clothing collections, but there is currently no specific way to display them

Retailers such as John Lewis, Abercrombie and Fitch, H&M, Next and Zara now have gender-neutral clothing collections, but there is currently no specific way to display them

Pictured: A sexless mannequin from The Retail Factory

Pictured: A sexless mannequin from The Retail Factory

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Retailers such as John Lewis, Abercrombie and Fitch, H&M, Next and Zara now have gender-neutral clothing collections, but there is currently no specific way to display them

Some stores use gender models, while others have no models at all - neither are ideal solutions in a store environment

Some stores use gender models, while others have no models at all - neither are ideal solutions in a store environment

Some stores use gender models, while others have no models at all – neither are ideal solutions in a store environment

Gemma said: & # 39; The best way I can describe them is by saying that they fit between male and female mannequins, with body parts such as shoulders, smaller than men but larger than women. & # 39;

& # 39; It took 10 months of planning, design and creation to work with designers and sculptors before the finished mold was put into production, which can take up to three months. & # 39;

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Gender-neutral clothing increased on High Street in 2016, when Zara launched its 16-part & # 39; Ungendered & # 39; line.

The mannequins are specifically designed to show clothing that is aimed at both men and women, as well as shoppers who are gender-liquid and non-binary

The mannequins are specifically designed to show clothing that is aimed at both men and women, as well as shoppers who are gender-liquid and non-binary

The mannequins are specifically designed to show clothing that is aimed at both men and women, as well as shoppers who are gender-liquid and non-binary

It has sizes between the standard male and female doll, with a smaller chest than the female shape and smooth plastic between the legs

It has sizes between the standard male and female doll, with a smaller chest than the female shape and smooth plastic between the legs

It has sizes between the standard male and female doll, with a smaller chest than the female shape and smooth plastic between the legs

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The simple collection consisted of jeans, shorts, sweatshirts, shirts and sweaters in neutral gray, white, black and brown.

John Lewis followed his example in 2017, when the retail giant chose to remove labels for girls and boys from children's clothing.

Launched in 2006, the Retail Factory becomes the sole supplier of these mannequins in the UK and is already the top destination for shops and office supplies in the country.

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