Nike have linked up with London-based activist and model Adwoa Aboah to launch a special-edition shirt that celebrates her story and represents her community platform, Gurls Talk.
The graphic-heavy monochrome jersey is emblazoned with her initials on the chest beneath the logo of her community platform, Gurls Talk. The unisex shirt also carries Adwoa’s lucky number 3 on its back and ‘Mega’ written in reflective print across both arms. Check out the front and back of the shirt below.
The long-term partnership between Nike and Aboah “brings people together—physically and digitally—for safe, judgment-free discussion”, with the collection’s goal focussed on the sport’s power to bring people together. The jersey celebrates the stories of girls creating essential change in their community and has already helped thousands of girls in achieving their goals after Nike partnered with Gurls Talk to create the Made to Play* Fund, which was aimed at finding a way to connect with girls in hard-to-reach places and break down their barriers to accessing sport.
Check out the imagery from the Danika Magdelena-shot collection below.
Head to nike.com or NikeTown London to purchase the limited edition jersey now.
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