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Laverne Cox, Grace Bol, Karen McDonald and Ralph Souffrant – meet the very different stars of the new Ivy Park campaign, united by the belief that there are no rules or limitations to strength...

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When you try to be perfect, it can block your flow. It’s really about leaning into the imperfections. It’s about having fun and being free.

Laverne Cox is an American actress, television producer and LGBT advocate best known for her portrayal of Sophia Burset in the Netflix Original Series Orange Is The New Black – for which she became the first openly transgender person to be nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in the acting category.

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Sport is about making the impossible possible. Dream hard, zone out and you will feel like a hero.

Model Grace Bol was born in South Sudan before relocating to the USA as a child – she was discovered at a mall in her hometown of Kansas City at the age of 10. Since moving to New York, she has walked for major fashion houses and is regularly featured in Vogue, i-D and Numero.

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Before I work out I have the whole world on my back, but afterwards I feel like I could lift a truck! Sport is power.

Model Ralph Souffrant was born in Haiti before relocating to Brooklyn at the age of 9. He was discovered by the photographer Aaron Taylor, who went on to dedicate an Instagram account to him. He was signed to a top modelling agency six months later – on the same day he was booked to be in Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 3 show.

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Our strength is being our authentic self, not trying to please, not trying to be something we are not.

Karen McDonald moved to New York at the age of 17 to take up a scholarship at the Dance Theatre of Harlem. She studied there for less than a year before she landed her first Broadway show and has been dancing and teaching ever since.

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