Jac Vanek And Pete Wentz Stand Against Digital Abuse With Accessory Collaboration

Jac Vanek x Pete Wentz A Thin Line bracelets.
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Chances are good you've seen Jac Vanek's popular bracelets before. Emblazoned with bold sans serif capital letters, they often read with fun, personality-reflecting messages like "It's All Good," or "Forever Young," or "Epic Fail," but it's not uncommon for the messages to also take firm stances on important issues. We spied the "For The Kids" bracelet (which benefits and raises awareness for Invisible Children) on the wrist of Hey Monday's Cassadee a year ago, and now, Jac has teamed up with Pete Wentz to design a set of special limited edition bracelets and dog tags for MTV's A Thin Line campaign to stop the spread of digital abuse.

Jac Vanek x Pete Wentz A Thin Line dog tags.
Photo: MTV

Not only does the collab swag look great, but it's also grounded in a meaningful idea, an important issue that begs for more light, and these accessories are sure to ignite a a dialogue about the way digital drama can affect life in the real world. Deets on how to snag one of the 10,000 free items for yourself will be made available on the A Thin Line Facebook page right after the Monday night premiere of DISconnected, MTV's newest original TV movie which tells the story of four young people whose lives are complicated by digital abuse (watch the trailer here). Also immediately following the film's debut, SuChin Pak and Jersey Shore's Vinny Guadagnino will host a half-hour MTV News special about DISconnected's key themes like sexuality, relationships, trust and over-sharing in a digital world.

Tune in to MTV on Monday, October 10 at 9pm ET/PT for the premiere of DISconnected, and like the A Thin Line campaign on Facebook to be one of the first to get details on how to snag a limited edition bracelet or dog tag.

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