PHILADELPHIA -- After working in fitness for most of their life, Anna Clarie Loper was tired of the lack of gender fluidity in clothing -- so she created All + None.
"Most activewear companies, like most clothing companies, sell in a gender binary fitness (that) is kind of out of touch" says Loper.
Loper, who uses she/they pronouns, is hoping to change that with All + None.
It's a queer-owned company designing activewear that is gender-neutral and size-inclusive.
Loper says, "My demographic, which is queer, millennials and younger who I think are increasingly not shopping in a binary way, believe fashion and clothing doesn't have a gender."
There are four capsule pieces in the collection: a bodysuit, boxing short, muscle tee, and the Goddex, which is an extended tank top that has slits up the side for a dramatic effect.
To check out the line or order a piece, visit Shopallandnone.com.