PrettyLittleThing is celebrating the holidays this year by creating a collection fit for everyone. The ‘Them’ collection was curated to celebrate everybody and with a little help from he/she/they A’Whora, you can too.
PrettyLittleThing is a global fashion brand known for its collaborations and collection and bringing a new face to every campaign that sets an example and puts out a statement for what the collection means and is inspired by. PLT was created for anyone and everyone who scrolled through social media and saw the aesthetic they loved and wanted to achieve in fashion. Now as one of the biggest global brands, PLT is able to bring you all the looks from celebrities to red carpets, almost any look you see and want to achieve, PrettyLittleThing has got you covered no matter your budget, size or place in the world.
In this new collection, you can find ways to express who you are no matter what. Modelling this collection is season 2 Drag Race UK competitor A’Whora, who goes by he/she/they. You can see them modelling different styles that are perfect for the holidays, A’Whora is seen here in a Lime Diamante oversized blazer, this blazer can be perfect for your holiday dinner or just a great set of family photos. The Them collection is set to be festive but fierce and after the year we’ve had it is time to make this a holiday season to remember.
Joining you in your picks for the best outfits for this holiday season is he/she/they models Lexi Thomas, Christina Arno, Roshante Anderson, Ola Awosika, Fifi Anicah, Brana Alunan, Calm Jolie, Violet Gull, Ally Barker, and Bianca Hall. Each model is here to support and represent the collection created for everyone, a collection where anyone can shop and not have to be labelled differently, and one that anyone no matter what, who, or where can look fierce.
“For me, Christmas is all about the feeling of being loved, the feeling of togetherness and the feeling of joy, whether your spending this Christmas with family or extended family and that’s exactly what this campaign represents”- A’Whora.
Article published by HOLR Magazine