Genderless Products

by Anne Flannery

Feb 12, 2018

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Trends / Top Trends

For the last couple of years, there has been a steady return to unisex fashion trends, expanded from the usual clothing items to how stores organize, brand and market products. Some retailers, including Target, eliminated gendered departments in some of the brick-and-mortar operations, while others piloted genderless concept spaces. The British department store Selfridges created a space on the website called Agender, which attempts to eliminate gendered distinctions at every level of the retail experience. More and more retailers experiment with unisex sizing and colors, as well as department labels.

This year will see an increase in non-exclusive branding schemes in beauty and grooming as well. What do these streamline changes mean for the consumer? This is not just a push to make packaging and branding more gender neutral but also a move toward appealing to a wider variety of cultures and interests that consumers might have in common. That is not to say branding is not a significant part of this trend. The gender-neutral apothecary style is on the rise with products like Aesop, the Ordinary and Elemental skincare.

When it comes to beauty products, people are often interested in how those products apply to their everyday style, culture and practices. Companies work on marketing directly to health, economic and environmental interests like travel, fitness and vegan skin care, to name only a few. Check out these to see some of the products available now.

Products / Other
Oct 15, 2018

Go Chair

Gone are the days of bulky lawn chairs and uncomfortable park benches — the GO CHAIR is the ultimate cushy seat for the on-the-go millennial. This compact and portable chair is designed to be carried on hikes, camping trips and overseas adventures. It’s so small you can fit six of them in a standard luggage bag.

ATL Skypointe

Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.

Tips / Destination
Oct 14, 2018

Hitchhiking in Scotland

Many travelers have hitchhiked in the Scottish highlands safely, meeting interesting people along the way. It’s not too uncommon to hitchhike in that area. Of course, there are exceptions to the rule and it can be dangerous to partake. Don’t hitchhike alone and always have a back-up plan or a plan of escape for emergencies.

Tips / Other
Oct 14, 2018

D.I.Y., Last-Minute Halloween Costumes

Halloween comes quickly and is the kick-off holiday for the season. Yet, even though it’s first, some people wait until the last minute to get a costume. Other times, someone gets invited to a Halloween party at the last minute and must look to their closet to put something together quick. Thankfully, dressing up for Halloween doesn’t mean you have to go as a scary character with an intricate costume. The pieces for a perfect Halloween costume are already sitting in your closet.

Tips / Destination
Oct 14, 2018

Budget Eats in Montpellier, France

Montpellier has lots of good, cheap restaurants. One explanation is the large student population of the city, although everyone stands to benefit from the wide range of options.

Products / Travel
Oct 14, 2018

The NOMATIC Travel Bag

A successful Kickstarter story, The NOMATIC Travel Bag is a stylish, high-quality bag created specifically for three–seven-day trips. The sleek, matte black backpack is touted as “the most functional backpack ever,” and that just may be right.