Connor Franta Announces Exciting Collaboration With Urban Outfitters
It’s happened many times before – content creators get their start on YouTube, build a fanbase, and have an abundance of opportunities thrown their way. Take Miranda Sings, for example. When she began posting videos on YouTube in 2008, I don’t think she imagined herself being the first YouTube personality to have a scripted series on Netflix.
Congratulations are now in order for one of Miranda’s close YouTube friends, Connor Franta! The YouTube creator, entrepreneur, and founder of ‘Common Culture,’ has just announced that his clothing line will be sold at select Urban Outfitter stores around the country.
As part of the collaboration, Franta picked five pieces from his collection to be sold at eight Urban Outfitter locations across the U.S. If the initial launch goes well, however, the clothing line will be readily available at more (and maybe even ALL) store locations!
The exclusive ‘Common Culture’ + Urban Outfitters collection will be available on November 29th, and will benefit the non-profit organization, GLSEN, that champions safe school systems for LGBTQ individuals.
Based on his announcement video and reaction on Twitter, Connor is incredibly excited to be collaborating with not one, but two amazing organizations.
To celebrate the launch with fans, Connor will be having a 4-stop tour where he will be meeting the first 200 fans who purchase ‘Common Culture’ clothing at Urban Outfitter locations in Los Angeles, CA, Austin, TX, New York, NY, and Bloomington, MN.
If you’re fan, make sure to mark your calendars. You won’t want to miss it!
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