Divinity reimagines visibility and representation.
This summer, we'll reunite with our global family in Japan. We’ll honor this gathering through a series of products that invite the world to come together in spirit to fight for more equity in well-being and health. Together, we'll support Partners in Health's mission to create an equitable global response to COVID-19.
Meet Divinity—TikTok Star and Entrepreneur.
Divinity wears Reunite Hat in Reishi.
We asked Divinity a few questions...
Q: Tell us a bit about yourself.
A: I’m a live action potato sharing my funny little chaotic world through social media, I’m probably best known for the videos I make on TikTok around my multifandom fangirling and bisexual/ aromantic experience. It’s so important to me to be visible in the queer community to possibly give other ppl questioning their own validity permission to love themselves loudly while figuring it all out.
Divinity wears the Reunite Tote.
Q: re–inc is rooted in our founders' fight for equity as members of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team. We're all about breaking norms and barriers society has placed on us. How do you reimagine the status quo (e.g. self-expression, tiny habits, creative outlets, work, routines)?
A: I have often felt that there is a double standard on figuring life out as a black woman. We are often raised being told we have to be twice as good to even be considered equal; that everything we aspire to has to be exceptional to be worthy or valid. Lately I’ve been learning to enjoy my hobbies even if I’m not great at it. I like writing poems or sketching doodles, and just allowing my art to exist without the lense of “is it good enough” has been sort of healing in a way.
Q: The REUNITE Capsule is inspired by the feeling of reuniting and rejoicing with others. What does connecting with others look and feel like to you? What feelings (good or bad) do you have about starting to reconnect with other people?
A: Reconnecting with friends after the pandemic has been so amazing. And not only because of brunch or movie dates but being able to sit together and talk about how we’re feeling about the way forward from here. A lot of us are going back to therapy or changing our careers and it has been amazing to take those journeys side by side.
"It’s so important to me to be visible in the queer community to possibly give other ppl questioning their own validity permission to love themselves loudly..."
Q: Through the pandemic, physical connection was not always possible. What have you discovered in these moments of solitude?
A: I’m pretty much an introvert, quarantine didn’t really differ from my day to day life before everything happened haha sorry wish I had more to offer to this question.
Q: What's been your summer jam?
A: Well thanks to the new Loki series on Disney+, Demons by Hayley Kiyoko has been on repeat since I heard it.
Follow Divinity's journey on TikTok @officiallydivinity, and check out her work at officiallydivinity.com. What are you reuniting with this summer?