The collection, released Thursday, has sizes ranging from XXXS to XXXL.

By Kimberly Truong
Updated Feb 06, 2020 @ 11:00 am

French brand Equipment is introducing a new line of gender fluid clothing — and it's full of minimalist basics perfect for any wardrobe.

The line, released on Thursday, was made in partnership with Rob Smith of The Phluid Project, a gender-free clothing store that caters to the LGBTQ+ community in New York City. It features a span of long and short-sleeved shirts and pants, with sizing ranging from XXXS to XXXL, and retails from $275 to $425 for the ongoing collaboration.

Credit: Courtesy of Equipment.
Credit: Courtesy of Equipment. 
Credit: Courtesy of Equipment.
Credit: Courtesy of Equipment

Equipment, launched in France in the 1970s, is known for their clean-cut silk shirts and unisex styling, though the new line has been made specifically with gender inclusivity in mind.

In recent years, more brands have made efforts to give consumers what they want — even retail giants H&M and Zara have launched genderless collections.

Equipment's new line is available in stores and online now.