How Vogue and Angus Chiang unified uniform


A Dress Code For All to Follow

Vogue partnered with the fashion designer Angus Chiang to create a gender-neutral school uniform for Taiwanese pupils. It combined shirts and skirts, jackets and dresses with practicality and comfort in mind. The garments were flexible, so if students wanted to cinch in the waist or turn a shirt into a dress, they could do so. The project generated $14 million in earned media and generated a conversation around clothes and gender neutrality, even capturing the attention of the Ministry of Education and the President.