Get your Pride on! ASOS team up with GLAAD to launch Together Movement collection


ASOS have collaborated with the world’s leading LGBT+ media advocacy organisation, GLAAD, for a new collection.

Launched last week, the retail debut of the Together Movement features an eight-piece unisex collection designed by the ASOS in-house team, which promotes a message of inclusivity.

From jersey basics with colourful graphics (as well as a number of items adorning rainbow colours), to jewellery featuring the ampersand symbol (‘&’), the designs have been created to unify marginalised groups and promote acceptance of all.

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13 Reasons Why actor and former Gay Times cover star, Tommy Dorfman, has backed the new collection and what it represents, showing off the slick pieces in a number of new pictures.

The Together Movement has been launched to encourage consumers to stand up against discrimination, and remain united with all communities.

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And that’s not just LGBT+ people, but women, BAME people, immigrants, Muslims, and all people who have been marginalised by society.

Of course, a monetary donation from each purpose will go to charity.

Prices start at £8, and the full range is available here.



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