fbpx

Evan Rachel Wood Stars in New Video For Queer Fashion Brand Wildfang

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

Evan Rachel Wood is the new face Portland-based clothing brand Wildfang – fronting their latest campaign, in this fantastic video.

Wildfang-campaign-08

In the short film, the Emmy-nominated actress is also joined by Sonic Youth bassist Kim Gordon, singer Beth Ditto and NBA star Robin Lopez, which is titled with the clever hashtag #EvanRachelWould.

Directed by James Westby and the video begs the question: ‘What would happen if you stopped saying no and started saying yes?’

“It’s a super funny piece that encourages you to find adventure in the ordinary, push yourself to take on the unknown, and have the ladyballs to say ‘yes’ to the opportunities life presents us – big or small.”

Evan Rachel Wood

Wildfang-campaign-03

Wildfang-campaign-02

In addition to the short clip, Wildfang’s team created a special “Evan Rachel Would” t-shirt with all proceeds going to the Friends Of Children charity.

Wildfang-campaign-07

“This charity helps the most vulnerable kids in our communities. It’s the perfect opportunity to shine some light on a yes-worthy cause. It’s my new favourite tee.”

Evan Rachel Wood

Wood has been teasing the release of the campaign video for weeks using the hashtag #EvanRachelWould.

https://twitter.com/evanrachelwood/status/579155001248907264

So if #EvanRachelWould. Would you?

1 thought on “Evan Rachel Wood Stars in New Video For Queer Fashion Brand Wildfang

  1. Pingback: Ruby Rose: “It Did My Head in for Years to be Described as a ‘Lesbian Model’ (and) ‘a Lesbian Actress’.” | KitschMix

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Latest NEWS

Also see

If only the world was as “open-minded” as us… Alas, matters of sexual identity and equal love, often cause so much friction in the rest of the world. Here, find an open dialogue on the issues facing our LGBT community.

Sign up for our newsletter.

Get the best of what’s queer, right to your inbox.

hey
beautiful,

come here often?

drop us a line

or try to find it on our website