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The Muslin Brothers: designers blur gender lines through fashion

By: Sanam SHANTYAEI Follow | Joanna COCKERELL | Sonia BARITELLO | Stéphanie CHEVAL
1 min

In Israel, the city of Tel-Aviv is home to a fashion label called the 'Muslin brothers'. Launched by Tamar Levit and Yaen Levi, the line is designed to blur gender identities - there is no womenswear or menswear. We meet Tamar Levit, fashion designer and co-creator of the brand, to tell us more about this controversial product and the political message behind it.


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