Zara recently launched a non-gender specific collection, aptly titled “Ungendered,” on its webstore and the reviews are a wide-ranging mix of praise and disappointment. The line includes less than 10 pieces in total and is comprised of T-shirts, light wash unisex jeans, shorts and joggers that play with androgynous silhouettes. This move is certainly progressive for the label and many have shown support for the brand in promoting non-binary acceptance. Especially with the growing discussion and popularity of gender-bending designs from prominent labels such as Vetements, Faith Connexion and even Gucci, the concept seems to be a long time coming for a mainstream retailer.