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Reebok Celebrates Pride 2021 With "All Types of Love" Collection

The ballroom-inspired capsule collection is available now…
 
Reebok has unveiled its ballroom-inspired “All Types of Love” collection in celebration of Pride 2021. The unisex capsule collection of apparel and footwear was “inspired by inclusion, protest signs and the legacy of drag ballroom legends.”
 
The sneaker collection includes the brand’s popular Club C 85 and Nano X1 silhouettes featuring Pride flag inspired design details and the “All Types of Love” manifesto on the tongue or sock liner. The apparel collection includes graphic tees, tanks, hoodies and bike shorts that also come emblazoned with the Pride flag and the “All Types of Love” slogan.
 
The collection was designed by Colorful Soles, Reebok’s LGBTQIA+ employee community, who worked with the iconic House of Ninja on the accompanying campaign film, Fierceness Isn’t Born. It’s Made, to communicate the collection through their own iconc ballroom lens and history.
 
The first father of the house, Archie Burnett, says in the clip: “In ballroom it’s family first, and that means everybody. Voguing is an abstraction of life, it’s release. Fierceness isn’t born, it’s made.”
 

Furthermore, Reebok is donating $75,000 to the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, an organization working to guarantee that all people are free to self-determine their gender identity and expression, regardless of income or race, and without facing harassment, discrimination, or violence.
 
Reebok’s “All Types of Love” Pride 2021 collection is now available at: reebok.ca/pride_pack.
 

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