Equality looks good on you. Are you ready to score some more? #Principle6 #GrindrVarsity
The world’s largest gay social network app GRINDR released this 08/11 its first clothing and accessories collection entitled Grindr Varsity for guy who likes to break and sweat… and always makes it to the finish line.
Sport doesn’t discriminate. All proceeds benefit Athlete Ally, a non-profit dedicated to fighting homophobia and transphobia in sports.
After Orlando’s attack event who marked and changed EEUU gay history and sport athletes suffering discrimination on Rio 2016, but Grindr is fighting back against the homophobia and transphobia to releasing this non-profit campaign and benefits Athlete Ally, the garments are now available on the website.
Model sensation Aaron Valenzuela is part of the lookbook. The collection is all about sportswear, focusing on outerwear and accessories, hoodies, tops, bottoms (uhmm??) jockstraps, swimwear, bags, included pins, and sweatshirts.
According to GQ.com Grindr has slowly but surely increased its presence in the fashion community; it live-streamed J.W. Anderson’s Fall 2016 menswear show in January; in March, it invited designers Juan Carlos Obando, George Esquivel, and Jonathan Simkhai (brother of the app’s founder, Joel) to its seventh-birthday party in Los Angeles.
Photography by John Arsenault.