An Illawarra dancer and social media influencer has landed on the same pedestal where tennis ace Venus Williams once stood 20 years ago.
Former So You Think You Can Dance contestant Tarah Jane Scott joins music stars Jaguar Jonze and Becca Hatch for Reebok's campaign "Not Your Princess".
It pays homage to their 2001 "It's A Woman's World" campaign - the original mocked established gender roles and featured Williams, rapper Missy Elliot and American basketball star Jennifer Azzi.
Fast forward two decades and the Australia campaign continues to "celebrate female strength and unapologetic confidence", to coincide with the relaunch of the Princess range of casual sneakers.
"This gives [us] the opportunity to honour a new generation of change makers whom are unapologetic in their unique identities, as they pursue excellence in their chosen industries," said Reebok Pacific brand director Arna Johnstone.
"By giving a platform to these three exceptional young Australian women, Reebok hopes to continue to encourage women everywhere to make their mark in their chosen fields and speak up on topics that matter to them."
A Mount Ousley native, Miss Scott has more than 39,000 Instagram followers and has previously performed alongside Dua Lipa, Ricky Martin, The Wanted, Redfoo, Jess Mauboy and James Arthur.
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