Marc Jacobs – Trans director Lana Wachowski (The Matrix, V for Vendetta) was recently announced as a face of Marc Jacobs' Spring-Summer 2016 campaign.
& Other Stories – Swedish brand & Other Stories used only trans models -- including Hari Nef (right), who became the first trans model signed to a major agency last year -- and production crew for one of their Fall-Winter 2015 campaigns.
Givenchy – Givenchy became the first major fashion brand to turn the camera -- spotlight -- on a trans model. Lea T (second right), a close friend to the brand's creative director Riccardo Tisci, was shot by Mert & Marcus for the Fall-Winter 2015 campaign.
Gucci – Since taking the reigns at Gucci last January, Alessandro Michele has received critical acclaim for his unabashedly feminine and luxurious menswear.
Saint Laurent – Many a rock star has been known to play with gender when it comes to fashion (Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Kurt Cobain...) so it's no wonder that Saint Laurent designer Hedi Slimane, who often looks to them for inspiration, does the same.
J.W. Anderson – There's often a thin line between J.W. Anderson's menswear and womenswear collection. In any case, it seems his designs appeal to both groups: he won the 2015 British Fashion Awards for both categories.
Meadham Kirchoff – Though it officially dissolved last September, the short-lived English brand Meadham Kirchhoff was consistently praised for challenging gender stereotypes and championing diversity on the runway.
Rad Hourani – Canadian designer Rad Hourani centers his aesthetic on the concept of neutrality -- and that includes gender. In June 2013, he became the first designer to show a unisex collection at the Paris haute couture shows.
Hood by Air – New York-based designer Shayne Oliver was nominated for the CFDA's Swarovski Award for Menswear in 2015, and was a runner-up for the prestigious LVMH Prize in 2014. He often shows his androgynous designs on both men and women -- as was the case at the Spring-Summer 2016 womenswear show.