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See How 10 Queer Artists and Activists Express Identity wearing Marc Jacobs 🌈✨

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To celebrate #Pride2018, @AdamEli asked queer artists and activists what fashion and pride mean to them. β€œFashion allows me to publicly express my queer-feminine identity in an individualized way. Through social media inspiration and designer fashion, I have developed an attitude of confidence and security in being transgender.” –– @madisonnwerner
Madison wears our #Summer18 Mirrored Sequin Dress, Mickey Hoodie and Trek Pack Mini Backpack. Link in bio to view the whole series now live on @TeenVogue 🌈✨
Photographed by @Thomas_McCarty
Styled by @IanCogneato


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To celebrate #Pride2018, @AdamEli asked queer artists and activists what fashion and pride mean to them. β€œFor me, fashion is an entire new universe of expression beyond bodily means, and I enjoy using this to my advantage. Most of my experience with fashion comes from playing with the stereotypical pieces associated with gender. From dresses to button-ups, my choice instantly shifts the way others perceive me in modern society.” –– @ChellaMan

Chella Man wears our #MJSummer18 Pink Windbreaker and Mary V wears our Photo Print V-Neck Dress. Link in bio to view the whole series now live on @TeenVogue 🌈✨
Photographed by @Thomas_McCarty
Styled by @IanCogneato


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To celebrate #Pride2018, @AdamEli asked queer artists and activists what fashion and pride mean to them. β€œPride to me means freedom. When I was a kid I passed by a Pride parade near my hometown in Long Island, it was a small one but an event none the less. I remember thinking how amazing it would be to one day celebrate who I was in such a public way. Each time Pride comes around, I’m out in full swing β€” celebrating, in hopes that maybe someone will pass by and feel the same way I did all those years ago.” –– @MarcSebastianF

Marc wears our #MJsummer18 Plaid Shirt, Plaid Pants and Plaid Sport Fanny Pack. Link in bio to view the whole series now live on @TeenVogue 🌈✨
Photographed by @Thomas_McCarty
Styled by @IanCogneato


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To celebrate #Pride2018, @AdamEli asked queer artists and activists what fashion and pride mean to them. β€œFashion to me is a form of play, and through it I can express different integral parts of my personality & gender. I’m continually experimenting with and exploring my identity through personal style.” –– @Yung.Merlot

Yung Merlot wears our #MJSummer18 Sequin Lace Dress. Link in bio to view the whole series now live on @TeenVogue 🌈✨
Photographed by @Thomas_McCarty
Styled by @IanCogneato


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To celebrate #Pride2018, @AdamEli asked queer artists and activists what fashion and pride mean to them. β€œPride to me means to be unapologetically standing tall for an individual, movement, or community.” –– @MaryVBenoit

MaryV wears our #MJSummer18 Photo Print V-Neck Dress. Link in bio to view the whole series now live on @TeenVogue 🌈✨
Photographed by @Thomas_McCarty
Styled by @IanCogneato


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To celebrate #Pride2018, @AdamEli asked queer artists and activists what fashion and pride mean to them. "Pride is when we reflect on how far we have come and how much work we have left to do." –– Adam Eli

Adam wears our #MJSummer18 Oversized Cropped Denim Jacket, Bleached Denim Pants and Printed T-Shirt. Link in bio to view the whole series now live on @TeenVogue 🌈✨
Photographed by @Thomas_McCarty
Styled by @IanCogneato


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To celebrate #Pride2018, @AdamEli asked queer artists and activists what fashion and pride mean to them. β€œTo me, fashion can say anything you want before you even open your mouth. It’s freedom, it’s unique to everybody and there are no rules.” –– @Alxzv

Alex wears our #MJSummer18 Plaid Belted Trench and Polka Dot Shorts. Link in bio to view the whole series now live on @TeenVogue 🌈✨
Photographed by @Thomas_McCarty
Styled by @IanCogneato


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To celebrate #Pride2018, @AdamEli asked queer artists and activists what fashion and pride mean to them. β€œPride is the foundation of empowerment. I can genuinely say I have found pride in my deafness, queerness, jewishness and race throughout the years. And now, these characteristics emanate from me, electric and strong.” –– @ChellaMan

Chella Man wears our #MJSummer18 Pink Windbreaker and Logo #MJSnapshot. Link in bio to view the whole series now live on @TeenVogue 🌈✨
Photographed by @Thomas_McCarty
Styled by @IanCogneato


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To celebrate #Pride2018, @AdamEli asked queer artists and activists what fashion and pride mean to them. "I am not interested in mainstream America’s gender binary or standards of β€œbeauty”. I am proud of who I am and I believe queer visibility makes the world a better place. I promise to not stop being myself if you promise the same thing.” –– @RichieShazam

Richie Shazam wears our #MJSummer18 Sequin Bow Dress and Logo #MJSnapshot in Blue Sea. Link in bio to view the whole series now live on @TeenVogue 🌈✨
Photographed by @Thomas_McCarty
Styled by @IanCogneato


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Dress for the day of the week you want it to be 🌞🍹✨ @AnnaEwers in our Mabel Embellished Slides for @VogueMagazine #MJSS18
Photographed by @InezandVinoodh
Styled by @TonneGood


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