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Old 11-10-2019, 07:00 PM
 
Location: Queen Creek, AZ
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Does anyone know notable examples of single-gender collections becoming dual-gendered?

I know with Ralph Lauren, Polo Ralph Lauren was originally for men only while Lauren by Ralph Lauren was originally for women only, but now both collections are dual-gendered, with Lauren by Ralph Lauren being positioned above Chaps but below Polo Ralph Lauren in the overall brand hierarchy.

Does anyone know other examples of single-gender collections becoming dual-gendered?
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Old Today, 02:41 PM
 
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If you are built like a man you can fit into men's clothes. If you are built like a woman, you can fit into women's clothes. I am a woman built like a woman so why would I buy men's clothes and spend money tailoring to fit me?


I have a few tops and pants from Lauren by Ralph Lauren which I bought about five years ago that fit me perfectly so I hope they haven't ruined the brand now
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Old Today, 03:03 PM
 
Location: Queen Creek, AZ
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If you are built like a man you can fit into men's clothes. If you are built like a woman, you can fit into women's clothes. I am a woman built like a woman so why would I buy men's clothes and spend money tailoring to fit me?


I have a few tops and pants from Lauren by Ralph Lauren which I bought about five years ago that fit me perfectly so I hope they haven't ruined the brand now
I think you misunderstood the thread. Both Lauren and Polo make products for both men and women separately, I don't mean unisex products. Lauren used to only make women's clothes and Polo used to only make men's clothes.
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