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CURVE - MAY 23, 2016

CURVE - MAY 23, 2016

How #Superbutch Topped Toronto's Queer Community

"Evidence of the revitalization and reclaiming of butch identity was made very clear this past weekend when dozens of diverse butch and trans models, panelists and production crew, showed up to volunteer their time and identities to the event. International and local gender progressive brands such as Kirrin Finch, Nik Kacy Shoes, Thuy Custom Clothier, Sun and Sun and Alljackedup  were also on site showcasing how they service the butch communities needs."



NY TIMES - APRIL 24, 2016

NY TIMES - APRIL 24, 2016

Made in NYC Looks To Give Manufacturing A Handcrafted Image

This NY Times article explains about the campaign. Our Kirrin Finch shirts were featured on advertisements located in the subway and phone booths in NYC. They ran three different campaigns: fashion, food and furniture .



ECOUTERRE - APRIL 7, 2016

ECOUTERRE - APRIL 7, 2016

Kirrin Finch: Ethical Menswear-Inspired Apparel for Gender Outlaws

"Sustainability is something that is core to who we are as people and to our brand. But no matter what, you have to design something that people see and want to buy, regardless of what it is made of. Secondly it has to fit great. If it doesn’t fit, customers are not going to buy it a second time, or they will just send it back and there goes your opportunity to have a viable business."



BLAVITY - MARCH 25, 2016

BLAVITY - MARCH 25, 2016

4 Menswear-Inspired Staples You Need In Your Closet

"Start-up Kirrin Finch designs shirts with a menswear aesthetic that are specially made to fit female bodies. Say goodbye to that annoying gaping boob button! Pair one with shorts, skirts, or cropped pants in spring."



RIVET - MARCH 9, 2016

RIVET - MARCH 9, 2016

Is the Fashion Industry Ready to Officially Defy Gender Boundaries?

"In adapting the traditional men’s button-down for women, Kirrin Finch grapples with a number of fit issues. One of the challenges the brand encounters is that men’s button-down shirts gape over the bosom, a problem which the designers are trying to solve by adding extra buttons and removing darts. The brand is also making the circumference around the neck smaller and putting in a strong fusible for a bow tie or tie, since women’s shirts often scrunch around the neck and don’t keep a clean line."



PRIDE MAGAZINE - FEBRUARY 29, 2016

PRIDE MAGAZINE - FEBRUARY 29, 2016

Meet The Founders of Lesbian-Owned Clothing Brand Kirrin Finch

"Kirrin Finch is named after tomboy characters George Kirrin of Enid Blyton’s The Famous Five series, and Scout Finch of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird. Fittingly, the new clothing brand, founded by the married team of Laura Moffat and Kelly Sanders Moffat, makes perfectly cut androgynous button-up shirts that either character might gravitate toward in adulthood."



CLASSIC AMERICAN STYLE - FEBRUARY 10, 2016

CLASSIC AMERICAN STYLE - FEBRUARY 10, 2016

Kirrin Finch  Shirts: A Kickstarter Campaign

"That gap in the marketplace led Kelly and Laura to conceive, plan and ultimately launch Kirrin Finch, fittingly named after two fictional tomboys. Although neither has experience in the apparel industry, they’re fortunate to live in a city with a number of resources to guide nascent apparel making concerns. The shirts they’ve designed bear all the hallmarks of classic men’s tailoring."



HUFFINGTON POST - FEBRUARY 3, 2016

HUFFINGTON POST - FEBRUARY 3, 2016

This Amazing Queer Clothing Company Offers New Options For Getting Dressed

“By offering other women and genderqueer individuals more options to match their outside with their inside, we hope more people will have the confidence to be their authentic selves.”



DAPPERQ - FEBRUARY 2, 2016

DAPPERQ - FEBRUARY 2, 2016

New Brooklyn Fashion Brand Kirrin Finch Breaks Gender Barriers With Eco-Conscious Collection

"Kirrin Finch, a unique Brooklyn-based apparel brand, today launched its first collection of button-up shirts that combine the design and aesthetic of “menswear” with the perfect fit for a range of bodies assigned female at birth."