Fresh off the Met Gala, and meeting a slew of celebrities, actress and model Indya Moore has been revealed as a face of Calvin Klein alongside queer talents Troye Sivan and Kevin Abstract. All three join Shawn Mendes, Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Noah Centineo, Billie Eilish, A$AP Rocky, and Yoo Ah-in for the brand's "I speak my truth" video campaign directed by Jonas Lindstroem. The brand describes the lineup as a "cast of cultural catalysts."
"This campaign is not just about making history -- it's about having autonomy over our own experiences and breaking rules and ground to make more space in these jeans for all this ass," Moore wrote in an Instagram caption of the campaign. "Alast, a pair [of] jeans that make all of our asses look just as good as the future we want to see." Moore follows other trans models like Anjali Lama and Ariel Nichols who have both done campaigns for the company. This new video campaign is set to the Billie Eilish song "Bad Guy."
In the spot, rapper Kevin Abstract, who is part of the group BROCKHAMPTON, hugs another guy. The inclusion follows the release of the musician's latest solo album "ARIZONA BABY."
Singer Troye Sivan adds the campaign as only the latest in a slew of projects including the recently released MAC Viva Glam campaign as well as an appearance in a slate of Glossier ads.
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