Daddy Couture

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Daddy Couture is an American fashion brand headquartered in New York City.[1] It specializes in ready-to-wear and lifestyle accessories.[2] The company has substantial market share and presence in the LGBTQ community.[3][4][5]


Daddy Couture was founded in May 2018 with its headquarters located in New York City.[6] The brand launched with a team made up of queer designers, content creators and fashion figures, and it has garnered thousands of followers on social media since inception.[7] It has also attracted endorsements from celebrities such as Chris Crocker and Tiffany Pollard.[3]

In September 2019, it was announced that celebrities Rebecca More and Matthew Camp took ownership positions in the brand.[8][9]

Products and services

Daddy Couture offers LGBTQ fashion wears and accessories.[10] The brand also contributes to LGBTQ charitable organizations.[11][12] Daddy Couture has garnered reception as “The face of queer fashion” in the LGBTQ industry.[2]


  1. Koksal, Ilker (Jun 18, 2019). "Daddy Couture Makes Queer Fashion For Everyone" (in en). Forbes. Retrieved 25 June 2019. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Daddy Couture: The Face of Queer Fashion". Retrieved 2019-06-10. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Daddy Couture and Pride Month: More than just a fashion statement". BM, BMMA Magazine, June 19 2019
  4. "Meet Daddy Couture, the LGBT Fashion Line Taking Over Social Media". Draganna Stepic, June 22, 2019
  5. "Daddy Couture Is Proving LGBTQ+ Brands Matter". 20 August 2019. Retrieved 24 April 2020. 
  6. "Daddy Couture: A Unique LGBTQI Clothing Line". Tush Magazine. 28 March 2019. Retrieved 24 April 2020. 
  7. Thompson, Melissa. "The Queer World of Fashion Featuring Daddy Couture". NewsBlaze News. Retrieved 24 April 2020. 
  8. "The Cock Destroyers Were a NYFW Highlight" (in en). Paper (magazine). 18 February 2020. Retrieved 24 April 2020. 
  9. Dommu, Rose (September 23, 2019). "Matthew Camp and a Cock Destroyer Have Taken Over This Queer Brand" (in en). Retrieved 25 September 2019. 
  10. Alexandra Dimitropoulou, "Daddy Couture: Can Inclusiveness Lead Business Innovation In A Meaningful Way?". 2019-05-10. Retrieved 2019-06-10. 
  11. Stefania Sarrubba"'C*ck-destroyer' Rebecca More unveils limited edition Pride t-shirts". 2019-05-22. Retrieved 2019-06-10. 
  12. "Rebecca More is donating ALL her profits from her pride merch to transgender charity Mermaids UK". 28 May 2019. Retrieved 24 April 2020. 

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