Miley Cyrus, Marc Jacobs Sweatshirt Benefits Planned Parenthood

Miley Cyrus, Marc Jacobs Sweatshirt Benefits Planned Parenthood

Miley Cyrus has by no means precisely been a wallflower. And now, in her new collaboration between her Happy Hippie Foundation and designer Marc Jacobs’ new line, The Marc Jacob, she’s utilizing her outspoken nature to face up for one thing she believes in: reproductive rights.

The Miley Cyrus x Marc Jacobs collab has produced a limited-edition pink hoodie that includes a topless picture of Cyrus, 26, holding grapefruit halves over her nipples. The textual content over the picture reads “Don’t F❤️ck With My Freedom” in block letters. As the style label announced on Instagram, 100 p.c of proceeds profit Planned Parenthood. The pair beforehand teamed to promote a nude Miley t-shirt to learn pores and skin most cancers analysis.

Miley Cyrus Marc Jacobs Hoodie Front

Miley Cyrus Marc Jacobs Hoodie Back
Courtesy of Marc Jacobs

Courtesy of Marc Jacobs


The crew’s $175 charity sweatshirt is available for pre-order on Marc Jacobs’ web site and can ship round July 15.

The hoodie’s line is a lyric from Cyrus’ new tune “Mother’s Daughter,” however it additionally clearly references strict new abortion legal guidelines which have handed in numerous states, together with Georgia and Alabama. Plenty of celebrities, including Busy Philipps, have protested the proposed bans. AMC acknowledged that it might “reevaluate” filming its hit present The Walking Dead in Georgia if the brand new abortion laws goes into impact.

Cyrus first teased a “very special collab with @plannedparenthood @[email protected] TO BE ANNOUNCED veryyyyyy soon!” on her Instagram on Tuesday, June four. She additionally included the hashtag #WomensRightsAreHumanRights. In the photo, she held up a cake frosted with the sentence “Abortion is healthcare.” She later apologized and gave credit to the baker Becca Rea-Holloway, a.okay.a. @thesweetfeminist, after followers identified that the picture of the cake had clearly been impressed by one among Holloway’s Instagram photographs however hadn’t been credited.

“Hi, we saw the image online and didn’t realize it was yours,” the “Wrecking Ball” singer commented on the baker’s put up in regards to the concept theft. “We will absolutely tag you for your work.” At the top of her prolonged remark, Cyrus added, “Thanks for sharing your art and inspiring us.”

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