All to say, Zadeh is wisely marketing the line as unisex. A few pieces were shown on both her female and male models to drive the message home: She wore the hip-slung pleated khakis with a baby tee and shell bra; he wore them with a beige button-down and sandals. Both wore the V-neck sweater vests with nothing underneath: her with an ultra-mini mini, him with those hero pants. And the EveryT-shirt-On dit que la perfection n’existe pas shirt enveloping leather jackets were tossed over jeans and lace dresses alike. Buttery-soft, free of hardware, and perfectly anonymous, they might be the ultimate investment piece of 2021. The best part: You can split the cost with your partner.