In an interview with Billboard,
singer Shamir Bailey, known professionally simply as Shamir,
discussed his androgynous look.
Shamir's debut studio album, Ratchet,
which arrived last year, landed him on the Billboard + Twitter
Emerging Artists chart.
that he buys clothes from “both the men's and women's section.”
“Even though I'm non-binary, I'm more
well-versed when it comes to menswear, because that's mostly what I
wear,” he said.
“Have fashion and beauty been a part
of experimenting with gender for you?” Billboard asked.
“They’ve been a way for me to
express how I feel in general, and that includes whether I’m
feeling more feminine or masculine that day. I feel like my style is
very androgynous and in the middle, but I don’t feel comfortable in
a dress or high heels. I like that I can wear what I want,” Shamir