To market clothing as “flattering” implies physical flaws that are in need of fixing and, as such, only serves to perpetuate our society’s warped ideas of female beauty. And it is this that New York City-based womenswear line Franziska Fox seems to be trying to combat. Their clothes are neither “slimming” nor “flattering”; instead, founders Julia Fox and Briana Andalore make clothes with a body contour slant that merely hug one’s figure and outline one’s natural shape. Like this black Cup Sleeve Knit Top, which features slit, shoulder-exposing sleeves and hits above the belly button. With spare details and a diligently designed fit, it will be the 2015 CFDA Awards Kanye to your Kim: there for support and in case of emergencies, but opting to take a back seat and let you shine.