“Pride is especially important this year because it focuses on a sense of community—on belonging to something bigger than yourself. Right now, I know there are a lot of people that may be feeling more alone than ever. Pride reinforces that you are never alone and that you will always have people in your corner waiting to support you, help you out and just be there for you!” - Sofa Bah (@sofa_bah), of the @hollisterco visual team, in the Abercrombie 2020 Pride Collection co-created with The Trevor Project (@trevorproject).
“For me, Pride is about celebrating progress. I did not grow up imagining I could marry who I loved, let alone have a family. Now we have a daughter, and it is a dream come true!” 🌈 - @ccrobs, A&F Merchandising, & his husband @jflow00 in the 2020 Abercrombie x The Trevor Project Pride Collection. Happy Father's Day to all the amazing dads out there. 💞
DENIM YOUR WAY—literally. 🧵✨ Go "behind the seams" with us and some of our friends @bresheppard, @kathleen.post, @rahelbrhane_, @oliviarink and @veneziacruz who joined us at our home office back in January to co-create a denim capsule that launches today. This special collection includes 5 new fits and encompasses a diverse range of size and length—so there's no doubt that you'll find the pair made for YOU. 👉 Swipe to see shots from the day and stay tuned for more.
Tune in for part 2 of our conversation with Artist & Curator Maceo Paisley, as he shares his thoughts on the politics of fashion and how the way we present ourselves to the world goes far beyond the clothes we wear. In short: representation matters. “When you're not seeing yourself reflected in the world, or you're seeing yourself reflected in a way that says you're not valued, or people look at you like they’re casting you as thugs, or as gangsters, or as dangerous, simply based on the style of clothing that you have on—then the message you're receiving from the world is that you're not welcome here.” - @maceopaisley Head to our IGTV for the full conversation with Maceo.