Angel Reese Headlines New Reebok Apparel Collection

“I love using fashion as a vehicle for creativity and expression in everything I do.”

Angel Reese continues intertwining her passion for sports and fashion as she headlines the Not Made to be Subtle collection. The display supports all things performance and lifestyle for women. As an advocate for individuality, Reese continues her mission to empower women to explore and express themselves through movement and fashion.

“I love using fashion as a vehicle for creativity and expression in everything I do,” Reese says. “The Not Made to be Subtle collection lets me do just that – with bright, bold colors and unique designs, I can express myself, tackle an intense workout, and show up with style every day in confidence.”

In 2023, Reebok announced an official partnership with Reese in its first signing under the direction of Reebok’s newly-appointed President of Basketball, Shaquille O’Neal. The college senior continues to expand her brand and serves as the ideal spokesperson for this new venture.

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Not Made to Be Subtle features the newest Reebok women’s apparel of the season, Lux Contour, built for her and designed to amplify boldness and maximize the comfort she needs for any workout. The Lux Contour Crop Top ($45) and Lux Contour Leggings ($75) feature thoughtfully placed supportive contour panels, shaped stitchings, and extended lines to help accentuate and sculpt the silhouette in targeted areas for added support and comfort.

“As we celebrate National Women’s History Month, we are thrilled to introduce the Not Made to Be Subtle collection designed to honor and empower all things femininity,” says Portia Blunt, VP of Apparel at Reebok. “Clothing is such a powerful tool of self-expression, and this new collection is built to give her the confidence to move freely and boldly.”

The Not Made to Be Subtle collection also expands to include a curated range of lifestyle offerings designed for all-day expression. Offerings include the Studio Editorial Jacket ($120), Classics Volume Pants ($60), Classics Jumpsuit ($95), and more. The collection is sold on March 8, 2024 on and select retailers worldwide.

“Just being able to break the standard and show that women, and especially Black women, can do these things is so important to me,” Reese tells GU. “Being able to be at the forefront, have a voice as I do, and use my platform as much as I can, I think it helps give a lot of young girls hope that they can do these things when they’re older too.”

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About the Author: Kenyatta Victoria is the lead writer for Essence GU, working on all things pop culture, politics, entertainment and business. Throughout her time at GU, she’s garnered devoted readers and specializes in the Zillennial point of view.

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