WNBA star Britney Griner has made the decision to do something that has never been done before. Griner signed a contract with NIKE and will be modeling men’s clothing
According to USA Today:
She has already made up her mind to model more of an androgynous style of clothing.
ESPN’s Kate Fagan revealed that Griner’s contract will allow her to wear clothes branded for men.
Androgynous models are coveted in high-end fashion, but the trend toward gender-neutral clothing has only just begun to reach the sports world, with NBA stars Russell Westbrook and Dwyane Wade blurring the lines in their tight jeans and fitted sweaters.
“It clicked for me,” Griner says. “I used to do the whole baggy, hard-core, I’m-a-boy look. Then I went through a preppy phase. Now I have the athletic, bow-tie look. I found my style.”