Fashion has been divided by gender for centuries; you can see it everywhere from Fashion Week to department stores. While there are people in the past who have defied fashion gender norms (hello Frida Kahlo, Marlene Dietrich, and Prince), it is clear that the fashion gender line has become more and more blurred over the past few years. LGBTQ+ visibility has had a major role in fashion's shift towards gender inclusivity. With gender fluidity and varying expressions of gender becoming more widely known and accepted, people are pushing the boundaries of fashion and realising that clothing has no inherent gender. Read on to see some people who are breaking the fashion mold and redefining gender through style.