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Genderless Fashion and Inclusive Design

 Parsons 2023

For their thesis project Arjahn created a new system of design working with trans people of color and designing for their desires and needs. This video was made in the earlier stages of their thesis project and showcases their hopes and intentions with the project.  Click below for the full project.


About Arjahn

Arjahn Cox is a Black non-binary fashion designer based in New York. They design with their identities in mind with the hope of enriching the clothing options for people who do not fit the white, cisgender standard of fashion. In their time at university they have been fortunate enough to study at three universities: Pratt for their freshman year, Parsons for their sophomore through senior years, and they studied abroad at Central Saint Martins for the fall of their junior year. For their senior year, Arjahn was a recipient of the CFDA x Häagen-Dazs Scholarship Award. 

Arjahn aspires to have their own brand with ready to wear and high fashion lines. Working towards this dream Arjahn has interned for runway designer Christian Cowan and worked on the design team at The Phluid Project getting first hand experience of what it takes to run an online fashion company in the gender-less fashion space. Currently Arjahn is working at The Phluid Project as Design and Development Coordinator and bettering their skills making skills with hopes to expand off of the work of their thesis project in the future. 

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