Mustache under my nose ring is an attempt to create an inclusive- gender neutral community of fashion, design and beauty. The crux of this initiative is to break stereotypes about how beauty is defined and expectations are set for women and men. The absence of body hair for women (especially facial and armpit hair) and the presence of the very same to be a man (moustache as a sign of manliness) are cultural boundaries that aim to constrict the idea of gender and beauty. Clothes, skin tone and even mannerisms are other artificial boundaries perpetuated and habituated as dogmatic socio-cultural norms. 'Moustache under my nose ring' is a movement to address the evolving form of feminine and masculine beauty and how it meets the eye of the beholder. Mustache under my nose ring portrays often overlooked alternative realities that are often too raw for the society where we are building walls and wearing masks. A society that finds it uneasy to acknowledge that there's no femininity without masculinity and the other way around. It's never just this or that, it's always a bit of this and that.