Left: Zacharie wears Jeans by Sean Suen and Shirt by Juun J. Jamily wears Jeans by Christian Wijnants, Shirt by Auriane Oster, Jacket by Neith Nyer and Trainers by Adieu.
Zacharie wears Coat by Ellery.
Left: Zacharie wears Top by Yves Saint Laurent from Vintage Clothing Paris. Right: Zamily wears Trousers and Jacket by Sean Suen, T-Shirt by Icosae, Shoes by Adieu and Sunglasses by Pawaka.
Left: Zacharie wears Trousers Auriane Oster, Coat by Nehera, Shoes by Adieu and Necklace by Dior Homme. Jamily wears Trousers by Dior Homme, Coat by Vivienne Westwood and Trainers by Acne Studios. Right: Jamily wears Blazer by Kenzo and Sunglasses by Pawaka. Zacharie wears Top by Icosae and Jacket by Sankuanz.
Left: Zacharie wears Trousers by Drome, Shirt by Christian Dada and Trainers by Dior Homme. Right: Jamily wears Trousers by Études, Jumper by Acne Studios, Coat by Facetasm and Shoes by Adieu.
Left: Zacharie wears Trousers by Leïna de la Valette, Shirt by Vivienne Westwood and Coat by Acne Studios. Right: Jamily wears Suit by Kenzo. Zacharie wears Trousers and Jacket by Sankuanz and Trainers by BOTH.
Left: Zacharie and Jamily wears Trousers by Études and T-Shirts by Comme des Garçons from Vintage Clothing Paris. Right: Jamily wears Trousers and Hoddie by Dior Homme.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.” – The United States Declaration of Independence
The concept that all men are created equal was key to European Enlightenment philosophy. But the interpretation of "all men" has hovered over the Declaration of Independence since its creation. Although most people have interpreted "all men" to mean humanity, others have argued that Jefferson and the other authors of the Declaration meant to exclude women and children. Within the context of the times, it is clear that "all men" was an euphemism for "humanity," and thus people such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who used the Declaration of Independence to demand equality for women, seized the historical as well as the moral high ground.
In our own times, the concept of Reformation stands close to gender equality/neutrality. We are in the process of reforming the idea of how we perceive and accept gender as a society. This is a visual exploration of gender neutrality.