“The retailer is the latest to embrace gender-defying fashion.”
What I’m waiting for is Business Casual Ungendered Work Slacks in which the waist fits and I don’t have to cut a foot of fabric off the bottom. This will be a huge boon for my particular subgroup: short rectangular women with no perceivable waistline. I wear men’s Levi’s, but that’s not an option for work slacks.
Sadly, fashion that actually fits short people is a step too far for even the most forward-thinking fashion house.
Also I have to make a word-nerd comment that will conclusively identify me as an old fart, but when did “drop” start meaning “add”? I read the headline to mean Zara had a genderless clothing line, which they ultimately decided not to carry, and thus dropped it.