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Chicago designer Sky Cubacub fills fashion void for queer-identifying clients, people with disabilities

Sky Cubacub first realized that everyday fashion trends weren’t going to cut it at age 13. Noticing a gaping hole in the fashion industry while seeking out gender-affirming garments for years, Cubacub, now 24, came up with the idea for a custom clothing line called Rebirth Garments.  "I was dreaming...
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