Dunne, who competes in the all-around for the Tigers, inked her latest deal with the activewear brand Vuori. With the partnership, the sophomore SEC gymnast will participate in a handful of marketing initiatives with the company over the next two years.
"Fashion has always been a huge passion of mine," Dunne said in a news release. "Before college, my coach and I would design my own custom leotards for all my major competitions. I love expressing myself through my style and I fell in love with Vuori because I thought their clothes looked and felt amazing. I couldn’t be more proud that my first brand partnership is with them."
"We are so excited to welcome Livvy to the Vuori family," Vuori’s vice president of marketing Nikki Sakelliou said in a news release. "When we think about who we are as a brand, we frequently return to the notion of wanting to encourage our community to lead happy, well-rounded lives—that’s what’s at the core of ‘The Rise. The Shine.’, our brand mantra. From her astonishing talents and determination as a gymnast to the positivity she spreads on social media, Livvy is a wonderful representation of the mindset we at Vuori aim to inspire."
In 2021, Dunne earned All-America honors on the uneven bars. She averaged 9.844 on the uneven bars and a 9.90 at the NCAA Championships. She was also named to the First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll.
LSU’s gymnastics season starts Jan .7 with a meet against West Virginia.