Fashion house CALVIN KLEIN presented their Pride 2021 campaign that celebrates LGBTQIA+ community, and explores defining moments and the transformative events that shaped the lives of talent from all over the world. For the #proudinmycalvins campaign the brand enlisted six photographers to capture eight stars: The nonbinary Barcelona-based artist Arca (she/her) captured by Gorka Postigo, Artist, DJ and fashion designer Honey Dijon (she/her) lensed by by Matt Lambert, actor and singer Isaac Cole Powell (he/him) shot by Ryan McGinley, poet and activist Kai Isaiah Jamal (they/them) captured by Campbell Addy, singer, songwriter and producer King Princess (pronoun-fluid) shot by Collier Schorr, actor Omar Ayuso (he/him) lensed by Gorka Postigo, artist Raisa Flowers (she/her) captured by Ryan McGinley, and artist Samuel de Saboia (he/him) shot by Vivi Bacco.
Calvin Klein also announced their two-year partnership with The Trevor Project – the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning young people.
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