Year of genderless aesthetics, which change up fashion and beauty game

Content creator and teacher Johnstan Chua has always gravitated towards make-up, pastels and florals. PHOTO: JOHNSTAN CHUA
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SINGAPORE – Unisex is dead. 2022 is the year genderless – a term used to describe that which is neither feminine nor masculine – became mainstream.

Fashion and beauty companies are now looking more beyond the binary, propelled by their most demanding and forward-thinking customers to date – the Gen Zers.

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