COLLUSION takes over community radio station foundation.fm

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COLLUSION'S "Board of Directors"

Youth label COLLUSION, part of the ASOS family, has announced a new partnership with female-led community radio station foundation.fm for four weeks of live shows with the brand’s collaborators.

COLLUSION’s “Board of Directors” will join foundation.fm’s radio hosts to discuss topics such as gender identity, the pressures of social media, female representation in the tech industry and coming-of-age in the modern era.

On Tuesday 23 April, Oscar O’Sullivan joined host Zooey for foundation.fm’s Queer Island Discs to discuss finding their gender identity and sense of community in 2019.

The following Tuesday, 30 April, host Kesang will be be joined by COLLUSION’s Laila Katumba and Antonia Jade to discuss female representation in the tech industry and growing up in the social media age as part of foundation.fm’s Forward Slash series.

On 7 May, Kamilla will talk to Nadia Ahmed, Yomi Olufidipe and Lilly Thompson, discussing what COLLUSION means to them and how the label has helped shape their careers and social media persona.

Lastly, on Tuesday 14 May, COLLUSION’s Hannah Alkindi will feature in foundation.fm’s Future Girl Corp series, focusing on female empowerment and giving women the skills to start their own businesses.

COLLUSION launched in 2018 exclusively on ASOS and it focuses on a constant evolution and progression. The collections are designed in collaboration with an evolving line-up of Generation Z creatives. The brand is animal-free and prices range from £5 to £70 with sizes up to XXXL.