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Bindle & Keep Proves That 'Fashion Has No Gender' In Suited

Bindle & Keep Proves That 'Fashion Has No Gender' In Suited

Daniel Friedman and Rae Tutera
Benedict Evans

This powerful documentary shows how two tailors are changing lives in the transgender community. 

Tailors Rae Tutera and Daniel Friedman show off their suits for transgender clients in a new documentary, Suited

The Girls creator and star produced an HBO documentary chronicling the rise of the duo's store, Bindle & Keep. Directed by Jason Benjamin, the film premieres June 20.

The film follows the stories of clients, many of whom are transgender, as they come into the shop to find a perfect outfit.

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"They all have fascinating lives and do really interesting things. Their gender and their gender presentation is just really the tip of the iceberg of who they are," said Dunham in an interview with W magazine.

For their Sundance premiere, the entire crew, including Dunham, wore suits made by the Brooklyn company.

"I just felt strong and beautiful and powerful, which was really cool and unexpected," said Dunham.

Here is the trailer of the HBO documentary:

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