Nearly 20 transgender people, many of them nonmodels, photographed by Bruce Weber are featured in the new Barneys New York catalog and magazine campaign.

The New York Times first reported on the campaign.

“Alongside photographs of the subjects, many taken with family members, pets and other members of their support networks, the catalog also features excerpts from interviews with the participants by the journalist Patricia Bosworth, a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and the biographer of Diane Arbus,” the paper wrote.

The campaign was conceived by Dennis Freedman, who is in charge of Barneys ad campaigns.

“I was exquisitely aware that in the last decade, the L.G.B. communities have made extraordinary advances, and the transgender community has not shared in that progress,” Freeman told the Times.

The 17 transgender people featured in the campaign are the subjects of Brothers, Sisters, Sons & Daughters, a video project in which each shares his or her personal story.

The first video features Katie Hill and Arin Andrews, a former couple and close friends from Oklahoma who met at a transgender support group. The pair transitioned together in their late teens. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Barneys will also donate 10 percent of all sales on February 11 to the LGBT Center in New York City and the National Center for Transgender Equality.