“It doesn’t matter what your gender is, if you’re uncomfortable in your undergarment, you’re going to have a crappy day” says Penegrine Honig, co-founder of All is Fair in Love and Wear brand. And in this way Honig created an undergarment line for people in transition.
Refusing to call her designs lingerie or underwear and wanting to escape from the concept of these words, she prefers to call them middlewear. A friend of her, who was in transition, was the inspiration for this innovative undergarment line, which was, maybe, necessary for fashion industry. And in order for this idea to get into production and fund the brand, 22-year-old Honig launched a Kickstarter campaign. Which is the ultimate goal? To have the collection ready-to-wear by December.