Grindr Has Launched Its Own Clothing Line


[Photo: Instagram/Grindr]

Dating apps like Grindr and Tinder have totally changed the dating scene as we know it, and being set up on awkward blind dates by friends or speed dating will soon feel like things from a distant time.

And now, they could start to change what we wear too, as Grindr has launched its own clothing line.

Called The Varsity Line, it’s 29-piece sports line drawing upon influences from the LGBTQ+ community as well as Greek motifs.

It was designed in collaboration with custom imagery e-shop Print All Over Me, and prices range from $25 to $130.


[Photo: Instagram/Grindr]

The reason behind its launch is also excellent, as it was created to support Athlete Ally and the Principle 6 campaign.

The first, Athlete Ally, is a non-profit organisation which “provides public awareness campaigns, educational programming and tools and resources to foster inclusive sports communities”, and basically fights discrimination.

All profits from The Varsity Line will go towards it.

The second, Principle 6, aims to “uphold the Olympic principle of inclusion” and support LGBT advocacy groups fighting discrimination and anti-gay laws, specifically in Russia.

The only catch is that the collection is men’s only. But hey, that’s no reason why we can’t wear it too.

What do you think of The Varsity Line? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.

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