Meet Soldier, the Lagos-born, London-based artist and skateboarder teaching us that what you don't see, you don't understand. He brings to True Religion his signature camouflage print, but there's more to him than meets the eye. Read more.
In celebration of our collaboration with Chief Keef, we had to throw a party. Here's everything that went down.
Meet Keyshawn Hudson, the chef who is mixing it up in the kitchen and in life.
Meet Danie Sierra, the stylist that is keeping New York City cool.
As part of Generation True, we talked to Justin Bua about his art and how he's working with class 24/7.
DIANNE GARCIA PUTS THE HER IN HERITAGE
For us, Go Figure is our way of showing up and having the necessary conversations around body positivity and female empowerment in fashion.
True Religion was founded on the principle of exaggerating American icons, taking the traditional and turning it into something else—something that people simply could not get enough of.
We reached out to LA-based disc jockey Annessa De La Cruz, AKA DJ Nameless, to curate a playlist of good vibes and undeniable bangers.
An Evening With True Creators
You know we had to do something hella special for our 2021 True Creators.
In celebration of our TR x Blu Boy drop, we had to throw it down for the creatures of the night. That meant ghost, goblins, and good company were all in attendance.
In celebration of our limited-edition capsule collection with the artist, we wanted to talk 2 Chainz' legacy, growing up in the A, and what it means to be real.
We sat down with five of the most inspiring women we know to talk about the secret sauce to feeling self-assured in your skin and in your body.
We synced up with ATL-based artist Blu Boy to design a limited capsule drop. To get to know him better, we tapped into Blu Boy’s stream of genius.
Afro-Latina pop artist Yendry on feeling empowered and creating community.
We had to throw it down one time in Elijah Popo’s hometown of Atlanta to celebrate the collaborative success of True Religion x Everyone. Couldn’t make it? Here’s a look at behind the scenes.
Get a feel for life in the Ricky Red Super T with LA-based style influencer/business owner Kayla Manning and her fiancé Justus Tucker.
Our latest profile within our Reclamation series features an artist who applies a pop art aesthetic to illustrate the beauty and diversity of the LGBTQ community. Get to know artist and designer, Cheyne Gallarde.
We teamed up with dancer, choreographer, and Cali-native Kida The Great on our latest limited collection, inspired by our shared ethos of authenticity, creativity, and determination to be great.
Meaghan’s artistic gift can be seen through her ability to completely transform and reinvent what we wear.
Honest conversations on body confidence, inner and outer beauty, and the power of being a woman.
Madeline Kraemer creates unique one-of-a-kind denim that Instagram can’t get enough of right now.
Self-documented glimpses into the everyday lives of people in our world, sharing what it means to grow, explore and relate to one another.
Taking in inspiration from friends and translating his creative point of view into art you can wear, Elijah proves that with artistic integrity, there are no limits.
True Religion Plays Ball
We teamed up with the non-profit Youth Business Alliance (YBA), an organization that partners with over 500 students in low-income communities to provide year-long courses, mentorships, field trips, and guest speakers that help to prepare them for success.
ALLIES IN BLACK HEALTH AND WELLNESS
We selected a handful of brands and purchased product from each business to feature in a wellness kit.
TRU Foundation is the brainchild of Nakesha Epps and 2Chainz, an organization that aims to give the power back to the youth by providing support and empowerment to underserved communities. In True Religion fashion, we had to get in on this and show out for the community.