ASOS and GLAAD have created a collection together

Stephanie Panecasio 3 November 2017 NEWS


Promoting inclusivity and acceptance, the eight-piece collaboration will be sure to turn heads!

Yes, that's right. ASOS, one of the biggest online retailers in the world, has officially partnered with GLAAD, creating an eight-piece collection with the goal of encouraging fashion lovers to support the LGBTQ community. It's called the 'Together Movement', and we are all about it.

The collection itself is unisex, allowing for everyone to get a piece of the action, and are emblazoned with the symbol '&' to symbolise inclusivity. Not only are there clothing items (including some great basic tees) but you can also get accessories and jewellery to match – we're sold!

Not only is it a great cause to support, but it's also pretty damn cute. ASOS are known for their affordable essentials, and can we just say, these are definitely essential. From the rainbow patterns to the everyday wearability of the pieces, it's definitely a collection that will turn heads.


With the campaign headed by the prominent LGBTQ activist and actor Tommy Dorfman, we're foreseeing that it'll be quite popular and likely lend a powerful voice of support to the LGBTQ community.

You can get your hands on the Together Movement collection online at ASOS now, and you can do your part to support marginalised members of society by proudly wearing the '&'.

If you do purchase a piece, make sure to tag us in your photos @finderstyle on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram!

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