Baja East has a fresh take on post-gender style – and big plans for pre-fall...

On our minds is Baja East, an act that stood out during the resort shows for their fresh take on post-gender style. For the season, the barely two-year-old label makes references to the Far East and Asia with a collection comprising of pieces such as loose-fitted wrap-style tops and harem trousers – “everyday dressing” equally applicable to all genders. The label, defined by its founders as “loose luxury”, has been embraced by the buyers of New York department store Bergdorf Goodman and will be sold in-store from pre-fall. We feel like Baja East has initiated a new unisex aesthetic different from the futuristic-directional styles of late and again we are happy to see ambisexual style presented alongside “conventional”, gendered premium brands. See the collection in full here.

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